Todd Schorr ‘Neverlasting Miracles’ coming up on March 17th at Merry Karnowsky Gallery

‘Neverlasting Miracles’
A Solo Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings, Color Studies, and Sculpture

OPENING RECEPTION: Sat, March 17th 8-11PM
Hosted by Patricia Arquette

Of his new body of work Schorr says:
“In a way my paintings are like an animated cartoon that has been frozen into one frame with all the clues to its storyline present somewhere within the composition. Generally speaking all of my paintings do follow a narrative that is up to the interpretation of the viewer to solve. The challenge is to be able to engage the viewer through the use of arresting subject matter and a dynamic composition that will lead them through a scenario that is hopefully powerful and thought provoking.

The many varied and amusing complexities of human behavior continue as avenues of exploration in my latest group of paintings. The genome of our kissing cousins, the Neanderthal, has been decoded and they are alive and well and swimming within our modern day genetic lottery. Narcissism has reached an all time high as aesthetically challenged physicians in the plastic surgery arts continue on their frantic quest to enhance and beautify. It won’t be long before Father Time himself will be opting for his own nip and tuck. These thoughts and more are given full reign across generous fields of colorfully pigmented canvas. My new works seek to entertain while at the same time provide the viewer with tasty morsels of contemplative thought.”

Merry Karnowsky Gallery
170 S. La Brea Ave (in the Art 170 Building) in Los Angeles

Don’t miss this one folks!

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