Top Notch Hamburgers
Lisa Zinna + Sylvia Troconis
Photography, draftwood cut-outs, and resin on wood panel
10"h x 10"w x 1.5"d
Top Notch Hamburgers, on 7525 Burnet Rd., is an old-school local favorite and was made more famous from the movie "Dazed and Confused". The building is classic and the sign is memorable. The wood cutouts punch up the color and fun. This piece is a limited edition of ten, with a signed certificate of authenticity attached.
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Get to Know the Austin Artist: Sylvia Troconis
My entire process has a recurring theme: To Discover. I’ve always wondered what it would be like to be a kid during adulthood; to be a child while keeping our adult skills in reason and understanding; to keep a child’s sense of wonder while being conscious of our own sense of amazement. In all my line of work, I use a theme that interests me, study it, and then develop some of the concepts into my visual proposal. My intention is to amaze viewers and make them curious about a subject, whether it is scientific or historic. My goal is to engage spectators with a concept that leaves them wanting to learn more and spread the word.
Get to Know the Austin Artist: Lisa Zinna
I create what I call "fresh-squeezed, color-crazy photo art". Photography is the basis for my work, but the digital post-processing gives me the freedom to make an image into something unexpected. Techniques such as swapping colors, digitally layering, blurring, or adding photo layers of paper collages make for a nonstandard transformation. The results are fresh, the work is contemporary, and the process keeps me feeling excited to do it over and over and over again.