Medium: oil on canvas

Signature: signed and dated upper right, titled verso


32 in. h. x 22 in. w.


"Earlier in my career I was interested in the life that I knew around me as material for my art. Along with that was a keen interest in things that were not always tangible. Death had a strong pull, the unseen was keenly felt. In other words, there were metaphysical aspects to reality, real yet unreal. Now the real has become further removed. The unreal has taken over but yet it is still all very real but no longer tangible. The imaginative is dominant." -Clarence Holbrook Carter, 1977, Mead Art Gallery, Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts


Exhibited: WOLFS Gallery, Cleveland, OH, Cleveland: A Cultural Center, July - August 2018, illustrated #116 page 120

Type of Work: Paintings

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