Museum Art is a style, and subject matter not created or seen
before, involving the combined experience of painting, 3D, and subject
memorabilia that entertains and makes the viewer participate. Steve Kaufman always
pushed the art world, and asked, "Why not?" Van Gogh brush strokes were the
Museum Art of his time. Picasso's blue period, bullfights, cubic, and 18 other
styles he developed during his career, were all Museum Art of his time.
When an artist paints only one image on canvas, the
painting is called an original, but Steve Kaufman felt that as a true artist, one must
always change images and styles. Steve created his Comic
Book Pop Art using comic book super heroes -- Superman, Spiderman, to name a few
-- as his icon images. Steve Kaufman created the art term "embellished” by
hand painting each of his limited editions. In his embellished editions, there
are no two paintings 100% alike. With Museum Art, there will never be an edition
created, but simply one painting at a time, with one image. When the art is sold,
it is gone from the public view and becomes the property of the private
collector. Steve Kaufman's Museum Art took 4-6 months to create one painting, which makes these pieces very rare.