Waiting for the Sixties

Growing up in the 1950's was serious business. A feeling of imminent doom hovered over each of us as we pondered the implications of what seemed an inevitable nuclear conflagration. We were ashamed of our parents' explicit racism and appalled by the plundering of our natural resources. We hoped that the 60's philosophy of consciousness-raising and idyllic goal of a world governed by the principles of peace, love and happiness would usher in the "Age of Aquarius." You know the rest of the story.

exhibited in "Paintings, Drawings and Books" at Rebecca Ibel Gallery, 2005*

*catalog with essay by Melissa Starker available


Piranesi's Prison
48" x 48"


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