DONALD COLLECTION

Trump Turnberry Natalia Lewandowska © Triptych painting @natalia.lewandowska.art @natalia.lew.andowska saatchi portfolio swimming pool water yellow kerb water bottle Trump Ice weeds black background yellow
TRIPTYCH: THE TRUMP TURNBERRY I
 
Original Artwork
Canvas 50 x 70 cm
Painting

Each painting included in "November the 8th Collection" depicts a 'symbolic object' associated with former 'businessmen' Donald Trump.

The first canvas of this triptych introduces three golf balls floating on the water, which symbolises unsteady Trump Turnberry - an empty golf resort on the coast in southwestern Scotland owned by Donald Trump. 

In December 2015 the R&A announced that the 2020 Open Championship would not be played at The Turnberry, because of a controversial comments made by Donald Trump about Muslims.

Besides, strong winds forecast throughout the year.
Trump Turnberry Natalia Lewandowska © Triptych painting @natalia.lewandowska.art @natalia.lew.andowska saatchi portfolio swimming pool water yellow kerb water bottle Trump business weeds black background yellow golf balls
TRIPTYCH: THE TRUMP TURNBERRY II

Original Artwork
Canvas 50 x 70 cm
Painting

The second canvas presents a peace of steak sliding from the swimming pool kerb, which refers to the "Trump Steaks" - a brand owned by Donald Trump that launched in 2007. Prices of the four packages of steaks varied from $199 to $999. The product was pulled from shelves after just two months of abysmal sales.

Trump Stakes is just one example out of 16 unsuccessful business ventures. Perhaps, the myth and the reality of Donald Trump’s business empire is a blend of dark fairy tales. 

Trump Turnberry Natalia Lewandowska © Triptych painting @natalia.lewandowska.art @natalia.lew.andowska saatchi portfolio swimming pool water yellow kerb meat Trump Ice weeds black background yellow
TRIPTYCH: THE TRUMP TURNBERRY III

Original Artwork
Canvas 50 x 70 cm
Painting

The third artwork presents two empty water bottles discarded in a swimming pool, which refer to the "Trump Ice" - a bottled water brand owned by Donald Trump. Attempts to distribute it widely failed after a few months. 

The dark background represents a nighttime linked with restless dream state. Weeds surrounding the kerb of the swimming pool suggest that the place is overlooked, perhaps abundant. The position of the 'symbolic object' is unstable, sinking and floating on the water, which refers to an uncertain future of democracy.

Trump Turnberry Natalia Lewandowska © Triptych painting @natalia.lewandowska.art @natalia.lew.andowska saatchi portfolio swimming pool water yellow kerb water bottle Trump Ice weeds black background yellow
TRUMP STEAKS
 
Original Artwork
Canvas 100 x 100 cm
Painting

A piece of steak slowly sliding from a marble table top is a metaphor for the "Trump Steaks". A brand owned by Donald Trump that launched in 2007. Prices of the four packages of steaks varied from $199 to $999. The product was pulled from shelves after just two months of abysmal sales.

Each painting included in "November the 8th Collection" represents an object that is associated with former businessmen Donald Trump.
Trump Steaks Natalia Lewandowska © painting modern art @natalia.lewandowska.art @natalia.lew.andowska saatchi portfolio marble tabletop meat parquet flooring blue background red white yellow meat on table
BAD NEWS ON TUESDAY MORNING

Original Artwork
Canvas 100 x 100 cm
Painting

A coffee spilling on Time Magazine cover, which is lying on a dining table at the flat owned by Opera singer in Sloane Square, is a metaphor of an important news regarding American presidential election of 2016. It was held on Tuesday morning, the 8th of November. 
Bad News on Tuesday Morning Natalia Lewandowska © painting modern art @natalia.lewandowska.art @natalia.lew.andowska saatchi portfolio table pink yellow coffee flat London USA
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