—40 x 32 inches
—Colored pencil and marker on paper
—New York, US
(2018) McGoldrick’s photorealistic still-life drawings capture the intimacy and life of the objects we wear, eat, and handle on a daily basis. These used, pre-adored, and often discarded objects are instilled with a sense of curiosity and sentimentality towards the people that once utilized these now forgotten artifacts of daily life. McGoldrick’s depiction of lotto scratch-offs found crumpled on the streets of New York City, conveys how these forlorn objects, once ripe with the potential of delivering the American dream, are now memorialized, with every crease and crevice filled with the possibility of what could have been.
Limited edition run: Sold