The world in which we live
A sacred meeting place where human beings, inspired to own objects assembled in far away countries, communicate with others by way of maneuvering shopping carts.
The art of avoiding spiritual collisions is as important as that of avoiding the gaze of filthy strangers that are only there to
become owners of objects assembled in far away countries. Each hermit savors solitude by concentrating their attention on
shelves well stocked with the fruits of arm's length slavery.
Seriously, why are you looking for the price? If you want to buy this painting, it’s because you own the Wal-Mart.
Call me and we’ll talk. Destroying the fiberglass penguins in the parking lot is a nice start to negotiations.
Watercolor and acrylic on paper