Another day, another bit of good news for art lovers! A new art show by the talented Brooklyn-based artist Morgan Jesse Lappin will open at Trigonal Gallery on Artsy on March 22. Titled “High on Collage,” it will feature a gorgeous selection of contemporary collage art by the master. If you are a fan of collage, this online exhibition is definitely something you do not want to miss this spring! The art show will run through April 19, 2021.
Contemporary collage art by Morgan Jesse Lappin at “High on Collage”
“High on Collage” is a premier online art exhibition hosted by Trigonal Gallery, a digital platform aimed at helping and supporting contemporary artists during and after the coronavirus pandemic. The show will mainly focus on Morgan Jesse Lappin’s “Back at Home,” a multi-layered piece of collage art where the artist combines complex and riveting worlds. Trigonal Gallery is going to release 14 authentic prints of the artwork, each signed and numbered by Lappin himself.
It is also worth mentioning that each sold art print will come with a non-fungible token (NFT). By incorporating NFT in contemporary collage art, Morgan Jesse Lappin has joined the ranks of the digital artist Beeple and made another pioneering move in his career. Earlier this month, the forward-thinking artist already sold his first NFT piece “Dracula’s Bitches in Night Time Snow” within the first 48 hours of launch. Another Lappin’s collage “Nighthawks Popeye” is currently on sale at OpenSea.io.
Apart from “Back at Home,” “High on Collage” will feature a range of other notable works by the master of collage art. These include “Escape from Paradise,” “Lovers Curse,” and “Late to BINGO!” among others. All of the art pieces can be viewed in person at Strictly CBD, one of New Jersey’s most pioneering CBD and hemp retail stores.
Along with the launch of a new exhibition of contemporary collage art, Morgan Jesse Lappin and Jonathan Goodman, the founder of Trigonal Gallery, have launched a series of weekly discussions on the Business of Art, titled “Tea Time with Trigonal.” The discussions are held each Sunday via Clubhouse.