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State Protection

“State Protection” is the name of  a painting that was purchased in 2018. A year ago, I had it reproduced as a giclee print (edition of 100) in the same 12″ x 12″ format. This month, a reproduction was purchased … Continue reading

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Cherry Bounce/The American Elections: An Invitational Exhibit at the William King Museum

Last year, guest curator Eric Drummond Smith invited me to be part of the “historical” show Cherry Bounce/ The American Elections at the William King Museum in Abingdon, VA. It was historical in subject matter–its theme the history of the American … Continue reading

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“creating worm holes” in the worldview divide

A most highly regarded painter and sculptor among Postmodernists is German artist Anselm Kiefer (1945- ), considered a  Neo-Expressionist who uses realism to create socially critical work. (Remember he was a student of Joseph Beuys…see previous post.) Here is one of … Continue reading

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