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I am an itinerant artists/painter constructionist/deconstructionist experimenter ghost wanderer leaving my art work strewn about near peoples’ couches and at various outsider and folkart exhibits …born in ohio in ‘47…lived in france, washington dc, nyc, evainpencil, fort lauderdale, miami beach, tennessee, now…historical hannibal, Missouri…the boyhood home of mark twain, a river town on the banks of the Mississippi river...

When I paint I am looking for visual languages I cant quite understand, “the black paper between a mirror, breaks my heart that I can’t go” (capt beefheart)…ambiguous messages passing through the post modern haze so I can get enough dinero to buy a 12 pack of natty lights.

Hannibal, Missouri

Go Rimbaud - circa 2015
Acrylic and oil pastels on recycled wood (15 3/4" x 14")