Max Zorn’s five-panel NYC polyptych

A sparkling success as Max Zorn completes a New York City commission and five-panel polyptych

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A stunning success at a large five-panel polyptych commission of brown, sapphire and white packing tape on acrylic glass. Each panel about 1.5ft x 5ft in size for the 7.5 x 5ft work.

Always up for new challenges and visions, Max Zorn recently finished a five-panel polyptych artwork commission for a New York City collector stretching nearly 8ft x 6ft in size. The artwork mimics a spectacular Brooklyn Bridge view from the collector’s home that’s always been hidden by a wall, until now. Max Zorn used a combination of brown packing tape for the cityscape detail, a light sapphire blue tape for the Hudson River, and white tape for the clouds and moody sky. Each panel was customized by the artist and framed into a LED lightbox. The entire system to illuminate the artwork together was a feat accomplished by Max and also the collector, an engineer. Now all he has to do is say “Alexa, turn on artwork”, and his panoramic view of NYC is alive.

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Finished artwork installed with a voice recognition switch and hung in the collector’s Manhattan home, created to imitate the view from behind his living room wall.