Available on Amazon as a paperback (under $10) and as a Kindle e-book for only $0.99. Features paintings and mixed media works created after a visit to Kyoto, Japan (2013 – 2016). This 39 page book includes impressions of anime, manga, samurais, geishas, monsters and more.
Three final pieces for the Samurai Dark Chocolate exhibit at the nine four Gallery at Arts Garage in Delray Beach, FL. Opening reception 7/21/16 at 7pm.
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nine four Gallery at Arts Garage
94 NE 2nd Ave
Delray Beach, FL 33444
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I woke up this morning with an idea for a final touch, Picasso’s Guernica, the large anti-war painting I once viewed in New York many years ago. I think the light bulb represents the bombing of the city and the horse symbolizes suffering. Why would I incorporate this into a work about pop culture? I think we need the constant reminder that we’re at war, or at least that’s why my subconscious mind waited to tell me upon awakening. ‘No Face’s’ ghostly presence seems appropriate.