“Gough’s oil paintings are beautifully done narratives often dealing with the cruel inevitability of mortality…”
Dropped by the OMA today to pick up some flyers and a copy of Depict magazine. Great full page of The Valley.
With the OMA-Momento Mori show opening in less than a week, here’s another nice little article that someone drew my attention to in Pacific Magazine.
Further to it’s recent release, here is another exclusive excerpt from my book-of Dead/Ends:
Tentative. That’s how I’ve been feeling for sometime now. It may have began to percolate months ago, but probably manifested when I went to pay my respects to Jen Trute.
I was forwarded this the other day. It’s the flier for the Momento Mori show at the Oceanside Museum of Art.
Now that the book is out, and we are two weeks into the release, I can report with a resonant sigh of relief that sales of the first edition have been steady, and nobody has demanded their money back-yet.
Here it finally is-A project literally three years in the making-Dead/Ends…as it were.