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"Particle Of Truth"

"For Nathan Hurst"

"The Whole Thing May Be An Elaborate Hoax"

"And Your Bird Can Sing"

"Daring Looks"

"Traces"

"I Spent So Many Years Building The Perfect Life"

"Up Through The Floor1"

"Up Through The Floor 2"
Chrysler Building
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 Originally this was going to be a more elaborate street scene with cars and people but then I decided I liked it just the way it was.
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This was done a while back. It's about 8 feet long and six feet high. I haven't seen it in a while. It hangs in an apartment in Williamsburg. Anyway, the above images seem related to these, at least in my head.
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Here are two more from then. Photos courtesy of Patrick J B Flynn.
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100 Heads For Haiti: Repost
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This is my contribution to 100 HEADS FOR HAITI. David Plunkert of Spur Deign requested that we repost these closer to the event. The event is Saturday.
100 HEADS FOR HAITI is an exhibition designed to raise money for Doctors Without Borders by selling original drawings, paintings and collages donated by invited artists. 100% of proceeds will be donated to Doctors Without Borders.
GOAL: $10,000
Original Art and a Group Poster print will be sold at the gallery, pieces will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. The remaining pieces & posters that do not sell at the gallery event will be available for purchase online for one month after the opening. Originals (11x14, matted) $100 Each Group Poster (17x24) $50 Each
SHOW OPENING
Saturday April 10
6:00PM - 8:30PM
SPUR GALLERY
3504 Ash Street
Baltimore MD 21211

Spur Designer, Jess Neil, holding the printer's proof of the 100 Heads for Haiti poster.

Thanks to David Plunkert, Joyce Hesselberth and Jess Neil for putting this exhibit together.
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more FACES collages
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 Here are some more from what I think of as my FACES series though they're not strictly faces. I do these for myself and stick them in a drawer. I haven't shown them much in the past but Drawger offers a nice opportunity to bring them out into the public. These were done over the past week.
The above piece was done (mostly) from a single issue of GOTHAM (below). Some times I like to make an image from a single magazine source and sometimes I don't. I guess the general idea for these is complete freedom. I'm not a believer in "personal work." All of my work, whether for publication, private commision or to be tossed in a drawer, is personal. It's all done by me personally.
 The derby is from a different source. It had been on the floor under my table for some time. I don't remember which magazine it was cut from.
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Weekend Collages
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Some collages created over the weekend. I first began doing these types of faces back in the mid-eighties. They were done mainly for my own amusement.  Back then I would shake the pieces off the paper before starting another one until someone suggested I should glue them down. Now I  glue them down and put them in a drawer. Generally, I'm the only one who sees them. Here are a few from Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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