It’s nice to see your new digital prints on the site. John Deere in the Barn at first seemed like a departure from your more surreal genre of spatial constructions, but it still has an…"
"Nicely done, Randy. You've captured the beauty of the old house juxtaposed against it's sad decay. The tire and the table and chair on the porch are hints of the life that used to be there, while the just-visible pile of leaves…"
I wish i left more comments on your pieces but there's so much I like and so much I don't understand. But I notice you take realistic themes and messages and represent them in a very surreal way. Though there's reality to your messages do you consider escapism an important part of the process when you create the composition of the actual work?
Wow. Your work has an "other-worldliness" while at the same time representing things in the real world very accurately. That isn't easy.
There's a lot of "soull" within really impeccable technique. Wonderful!
Thanks for checking it out! There's this artist who lives in new york (I don't remember her name) your work reminded me of hers. She collects dead birds she finds while walking around NYC and dresses them up in sweaters and attaches them to walls for installations. I'm not sure if it's sadistic or sweet...haha.
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