Can you Camus?
Can you Camus?

Albert Camus. 1988. Displayed at Guild Books exhibit. Camus comparing Life to Sisyphus pushing the rock up the hill was brilliant. 

 

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New York
New York

1988. Oil pastel on paper.  Displayed at Guild Books, Chicago.

 

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Babe Ruth was the White Josh Gibson
Babe Ruth was the White Josh Gibson

Josh Gibson. 1989.  Oil pastel on paper. I always like the way this one came out. The intensity of the look at the pitcher; no hidden meaning. Displayed at The Third Coast - Chicago and Glen Ellyn Art Fest.

 

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Metamorphosis  II
Metamorphosis II

Franz Kafka. 1989. The first version of this drawing was sold at the Old Town Art Fair. I liked it so much, I did another one. A guy and his girlfriend came by when I was setting up. The guy said he liked it - and they left. Later, his girlfriend came back by herself and bought it for him.

 

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Untitled
Untitled

1990. Oil pastel on paper. Displayed at Old Town Art Fair.

 

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Bird
Bird

Charlie Parker. 1989. One of my best neckties. Displayed at Glen Ellyn Art Fest and Old Town Art Fair.

 

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Happy
Happy

1991.  This is for the DCFS kids who often have the false reality of being "happy" in a foster home.

 

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Can you Camus?
New York
Babe Ruth was the White Josh Gibson
Metamorphosis  II
Untitled
Bird
Happy
Can you Camus?

Albert Camus. 1988. Displayed at Guild Books exhibit. Camus comparing Life to Sisyphus pushing the rock up the hill was brilliant. 

 

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New York

1988. Oil pastel on paper.  Displayed at Guild Books, Chicago.

 

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Babe Ruth was the White Josh Gibson

Josh Gibson. 1989.  Oil pastel on paper. I always like the way this one came out. The intensity of the look at the pitcher; no hidden meaning. Displayed at The Third Coast - Chicago and Glen Ellyn Art Fest.

 

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Metamorphosis II

Franz Kafka. 1989. The first version of this drawing was sold at the Old Town Art Fair. I liked it so much, I did another one. A guy and his girlfriend came by when I was setting up. The guy said he liked it - and they left. Later, his girlfriend came back by herself and bought it for him.

 

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Untitled

1990. Oil pastel on paper. Displayed at Old Town Art Fair.

 

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Bird

Charlie Parker. 1989. One of my best neckties. Displayed at Glen Ellyn Art Fest and Old Town Art Fair.

 

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Happy

1991.  This is for the DCFS kids who often have the false reality of being "happy" in a foster home.

 

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