“La Femme Fatale”
Blue Sky
48 1/2" x 77"
Assemblage / Acrylic / Mixed Media
Sheraton on Main Street (loan)
2010
ARTICLE: SERIES: INTERSTATE LANDSCAPES
American Landscapes
ARTICLE: "CAR FACE" EXHIBITION AT CITY ART
Exhibition at City Art, November 2010.
"At first you think, what is this woman doing in jail? Then you realize it is the bars on the back of a truck and she is on a poster advertising a movie." Using his ubiquitous truckers verbiage, this time painted primarily in French, La Femme Fatale seeks to reflect on the Feminist Movement with it's subtle and yet literally in your face symbolism. "The bars appear as a jail; the door near her forehead is inscribed with the message Keep Closed - yet it is unlatched; the Anti-Sail mud flaps note the mood of the times as they once were whereupon the title is delineating the idea of a free woman of thought: La Femme Fatale."
La Femme Fatale (Fine Art America Print)
Print on canvas,metal or paper. Numerous sizes
~$42.
La Femme Fatale (Original Painting)
Original 48" x 77" Acrylic and Assemblage
Available