- Name: “Oli Garchy”
- Size: 30″x40″
- Medium: Archival pigment print on museum quality paper constructed from acrylic paint, oil pastels and blade scratchings on photographic print.
- About: ol·i·gar·chy / ˈäləˌɡärkē / noun – A small group of people having control of a country, organization, or institution.
This concept which has traditionally been associated with other countries has been given an American name.
- Work For It
- Size: 18″ x 24″
- Medium: Photograph Ink, acrylic, watercolor and pencil merged using exploratory techniques.
Appropriated Nasa photograph of the Apollo Moon landing. Imagine 1000 years ago, two men stood on a rock and gazed at the moon in the night. One says to the other, “What do you think is more difficult to achieve, Peace among us or finding a way to get to that big rock in the sky?” It is reasonable if they thought getting to the Moon was the more difficult challenge, is it?
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