Three goddesses dance for the destruction of corruption and the regeneration of Nature. They are the goddess Kali, the Ho' of Babylon, and the Snake Goddess of Crete. These same 3 are also featured in "Goddess Lunch".
I live and work in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
My perception of things is expressed in a narrative, story-telling form. The style is cartoon-influenced, yet painterly; sometimes refined, sometimes crude. In recent years I have been moving toward a more Cartoon-Realist approach. I want a simpler look, where I can get the utmost expression out of each line, and each brushstroke expresses energy.
My influences range from the scenes of everyday life pictured in the margins of medieval manuscripts, Late Medieval and early Renaissance art, Indian narrative folk painting, classic European Surrealism, Latin American Fantastic Realism and Mexican Social Commentary, comics and graphic novels. I draw my subjects from daily life, news stories,...
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