New Artwork: Cognitive Dissonance

Cognitive Dissonance by Sam Dobrow

About Cognitive Dissonance

Cognitive Dissonance is Sam Dobrow’s latest addition the the Surreality Collection and the Americus Gallery. Cognitive Dissonance is a 30″ x 50″ work of digital art created by combining numerous photographs. The landscape of White Pocket, Utah and astro-photography of the Milky Way formed the back drop for the creative composition. The title of the artwork “Cognitive Dissonance” refers to a psychological state of conflict between a person’s behavior and their belief system. It occurs when a person believes something but behaves contradictory to those beliefs and is forced to deny the the incongruence. Sam Dobrow’s Cognitive Dissonance asks the viewer to sort out the conflicts between what they perceive as true and the reality that surrounds them.

November Exhibition in Manhattan (NYC)

Cognitive Dissonance is one of several artworks by Sam Dobrow being exhibited during the month of November at the Grimandi Art Gallery located near Central Park in the Upper West Side of Manhattan (NYC).

Exhibit Cognitive Dissonance on Your Wall

The artwork, printed on metallic photo paper and face mounted to optical grade acrylic glass with an invisible hanging system on the back is offered at $4985. A black float frame, available for an additional $250, gives this work of art an elegant look in an upscale decor.

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Cognitive Dissonance: $4985

Place your order before September 30, 2023 and use the Coupon Code: FRAME250 for a free float frame valued at $250 plus free shipping in the continental United States.