Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Hegemony @ Hansley

If you'd like to see this fat cat & his overworked minions in person, you can do so at Lee Hansley Gallery's 100 under 1000 show, through 31 December 2011. 225 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh NC 27603. Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.



Acrylic on text on canvas, 6"x6"

7 comments:

joyce matula welch said...

I like the way the curves are echoed in this piece. The eyes of cats and fish are all reflective and lovely. Thanks for sharing!

rince1wind said...

This is an "H" for hegemony, yes? or for hany hother thing that begins with a haitch? I like it a lot!

BIKBIK AND RORO said...

how brilliant -- I love this!

Nguyen Duc said...

I am so inspired by your miniature paintings; there is something so deeply intriguing.
I once went to a "miniature painting" exhibition (primarily from India) in London. But that "small" exhibit left a huge impression. In fact, it is the main one my mind travels to when I recall all those London shows.
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Andrew Finnie said...

wow you are so busy, I wish I could see it in person, I would love to enjoy it up close and personal - and that canvas looks so textured!

Kel Wayans said...

This piece of art...I want it!! It is so AWESOME!!! Good work!

Curious Art said...

Thanks so much for the kind comments, folks!

Kel, the original art sold, but prints are available at my Etsy shop:

http://www.etsy.com/listing/88102941/hegemony-signed-archival-art-print-fat