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An homage to one of my favorite artists, as well as a respite from what typically tends to be “heady” subject matter for me. The title comes from my belief that our only real purpose in life is to be our true selves and to live as authentic a life as possible. It makes the question about what should one be doing with their lives a bit abstract. One person’s purpose may be to discover cures for diseases, while anothers might be doing whatever makes their head float up off their shoulders, even if it’s casting a line off the moon for goldfish.

The Buoyant Irony of
Man's Search for Meaning

30 x 24 - Oil on Canvas - Sold, Private Collector