modern, surrealism, pop, Catskills, nebula, galaxy, planet, orbit, spaceship 2, white night 2, dragon capsule, commercial space, spacex, virgin galactic, space, space age, Apollo, space shuttle, nasa
The moon landing is my first pop culture memory, and the art of the space age has consumed me ever since. I have a broad definition of space age art as all subjects that can be dreamed up, and see all art and artists as reformed bits of stardust entering a new age, speeding toward immortality.
My paintings reflect this shift into the Aquarian age. By turning off the loud noise of violence and fear in this world, the collective wisdom of our time can enter us. Our bodies evolve and coincidence disappears as our life's events, free from the perception of linear time, now unfold in cycles, in synchronicity with the universe. This supernatural transformation happens as biology merges with technology and organic with mechanical.
Art accelerates us into cosmic beings
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