Rand Carlson

Rand Carlson is a painter and recycled tin collage maker. His work, which emphasizes political and social narratives, has exhibited through out the country. Carlson is also a political cartoonist for the Tucson Weekly for the past thirty years.

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“Land of the Free” is an unorthodox take on flag imagery while stressing individual expression. It is literally a collage of the fabric that makes us Americans.  Title: Land of the Free  Medium: Mixed Media, Repurposed Tin on Wood  Size: 18 x 24  Year of Creation: 2018  Price $650  For sales inquiries, please contact the artist directly at  www.randomshots.com

“Land of the Free” is an unorthodox take on flag imagery while stressing individual expression. It is literally a collage of the fabric that makes us Americans.

Title: Land of the Free

Medium: Mixed Media, Repurposed Tin on Wood

Size: 18 x 24

Year of Creation: 2018

Price $650

For sales inquiries, please contact the artist directly at www.randomshots.com

“ACLU View” is a ladder to guide all individuals to a higher place where they can truly see their potential.  Title: ACLU View  Medium: Mixed Media, Repurposed Tin on Wood  Size: 18 x 24  Year of Creation: 2018  This piece has been sold.  For sales inquiries, please contact the artist directly at  www.randomshots.com

“ACLU View” is a ladder to guide all individuals to a higher place where they can truly see their potential.

Title: ACLU View

Medium: Mixed Media, Repurposed Tin on Wood

Size: 18 x 24

Year of Creation: 2018

This piece has been sold.

For sales inquiries, please contact the artist directly at www.randomshots.com