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[SOLD OUT] "Interconnected" (Original Paintings)

Each piece is a numbered, original oil painting on wood panel that is made to order. Includes keyhole slot on the back for hanging. Dimensions: 5”x7”.

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The Story Behind the Paintings

The “Interconnected” Series is an evolution of my original brick paintings that I started back in April. In the construction of this artwork, no one color takes prominence over the other. It is the collaboration of both pieces that make the sum of their parts greater. From the onset, it was essential that the connection and the colors portrayed a purposeful relationship where one color both supports and uplifts the other. A Yin and Yang duality is formed to represent their complementary and interconnected relationship. 

Like the “Stay Connected” brick paintings, I wanted to make these an affordable and easy way to collect an original piece of artwork. As a way to pay it forward I'll be donating a portion of the proceeds from each sale to @feedingamerica, a group that fights hunger through a nationwide network of food banks, school-based food pantries and emergency disaster relief services.

IMPORTANT NOTE ON SHIPPING: Due to the current volume of orders and the nature of oil paint and the time needed for it to dry, each piece will ship approximately 2-3 weeks after ordering. I will do my best to expedite this process when possible. Please note that custom colors may require extra time. Your patience is greatly appreciated. Thank you!

Questions or Custom Color requests? Please email

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Los Angeles artist, Jimmy Danko, creates contemporary oil paintings on wood panel utilizing 80’s & 90’s toys and cultural references. He invites viewers to embark on a time-capsuled journey with him through his sculptural use of oil and acrylic painting realism, and challenges us to remember our childhood refrains of unbridled discovery by helping us ask “How can this perfect day last forever?”