Michael Foley

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Age aint Nothing but a Number, 2011 Oil On Panel 24x24x2" © Michael Foley
Hanky Panky, 2011 Acrylic On Panel 6x6x2" © Michael Foley
The threads of fate, 2011 Acrylic On Panel 8x10x2" © Michael Foley
Jezebel: Patron Saint of Objectification, 2011 Oil On Panel 9x12x2" © Michael Foley
Lady Morrigan, 2011 Acrylic On Panel 32x48x2" © Michael Foley
Deep Sea Casannova, 2011 Acrylic On Panel 8x8x1" © Michael Foley
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Michael Foley is a self taught bay area artist who regularly shows nationally and internationally. Michael's work has a decidedly sardonic bent, he delights in poking fun at every aspect of society.  Romantics, hipsters, tweekers and yuppies, no one is safe from his piercing wit.  However, Michael's use of saturated colors and cartoon-imagery serves to disguise the mature  content of his work.  Below the light-hearted surface of his humor lies a deeper interest in the human condition.  The things that hurt us and the things that we do to ourselves and each other to get by or to feel okay.

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