Recent and Current Pictures

Recent and Current Photo's

Press Photo
Press Photo

Press Photo prepared for Leepa Rattner show Aug 2021 With Kyng, my Bengal

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Jackie
Jackie
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fox1
fox1

Fox News Coverage of 3D Lenticular Art July 2021

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Leepa Rattner Post Card
Leepa Rattner Post Card

6"x 9" postcard to announce Leepa Rattner show Aug 2021

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Myself As Man Becoming Schooner
Myself As Man Becoming Schooner

In 2003 there was a Surrealist Ball held in Williamsburg, NY. The show was supposed to have Giger, Ernst Fuchs and much more there. I decided I'll show them who is a surrealist and built a costume to mimic Dali's Man becoming a Schooner, the mast was formed as a backbone which was mounted at my hips...it made an amazing scene. Unfortunately none of the headliners showed up for the ball and it was full of unicorns and fairies who knew nothing about surrealism.

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Molecular Structure
Molecular Structure

I also made this large molecular structure to wear at the High opening. There were many admirers, but the most rewarding thing of the evening was when, taking the structure to store it, Diane said, "You are a very interesting man"

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Molecular Headdress
Molecular Headdress

The High hired me to talk at an event called Friends of Dali. For this event I made a headdress of the molecular structure which was a complete cube. I wore the molecule during my entire talk and posed in front of the Raphalesque Madonna by Dali that inspired the building of such a headdress

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Panel for Friends of Dali
Panel for Friends of Dali

Myself, Ultra Violet, and Denise Sanders

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Dali Anecdotes
Dali Anecdotes

Here I am telling a anecdote of my times with Dali to one of the management at the High as Diane looks on

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Tuxedo with Drawers
Tuxedo with Drawers

For the opening of Dali and Cinema at MoMA in NY, I made a Tux that had drawers on its arms, and legs. Even the tie had a row of drawers. The tux was a big hit and drew lots of attention.

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Tux of Drawers in Grand Central
Tux of Drawers in Grand Central

Wore the tux on the train to NY and took this shot upon arrival

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With Elliot King
With Elliot King

Elliot King, prominent Dali scholar, though the tux was just right Amazing

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Rhino at Musee D'orsay
Rhino at Musee D'orsay

Paris

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La Louvre
La Louvre

Paris

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Optical Presentation of Sculpture
Optical Presentation of Sculpture

In the Louvre

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Espace Dali
Espace Dali

Paris

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Columbus Circle, NY
Columbus Circle, NY

Diane and I visited the Sabater Dali show here

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Pronation of Christ - Kris Kuksi
Pronation of Christ - Kris Kuksi

My Kuksi - acrylic on board 32"x 40" I first saw this painting on a magazine cover at a book store one friday evening. I liked the additional art in the article and emailed Kris to introduce myself. Kris lived in Kansas. After exchanging emails on Saturday, I got an email early Sunday morning asking where I lived. What I did'nt know was that Kris was in Wash., DC repacking a show, finding I was in CT he simply told me he will see me later, Kris pulled his van in the driveway for a pvt show

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My Gonzalez Painting. Acrylic on Clayboard 26"x44" Early in Andrews career I followed him and wanted a painting immediately, In 2003 I finally committed to a painting and it shipped to me in 2011. A phenominal job and among his best. I hangs in my living room along side my Dali Tapestry

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In the Studio
In the Studio

One view of my current studio

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In the Studio 2
In the Studio 2

Current and future works live here on these shelfs

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In the Studio 3
In the Studio 3

Where I paint, displaying my current and future work, just in underpainting stage....along with Pierced Buttock Continuum

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Marilyn in Progress
Marilyn in Progress

As I near the completion of the Warhol part of my Marilyn, and approach the Dalinian section, I have Marilyn and I wear urchin exoskeletons, to prepare.

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The Battle of Las Meninas
The Battle of Las Meninas

For two months I battled my Las Meninas, as the hand maidens harassed and mocked me...I could not win with the perspective masterpiece with a simple mahl and paintbrush...it got to the point where I considered bringing an actual weapon to face them....what I did not know was that all I needed was an Octopus, who carried and lived in the grays, silvers and umbers of Velazquez. Watch soon for the unveiling soon.

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