'The Edge of Anarchy', by John Kelly, in 2019, about possibly the greatest workers' uprising in the US - the economic and social factors could as easily be from today's headlines: wage stagnation, breakneck technological change, and festering conflict over race, immigration and inequality.
Original Collection included:
8 x 12": 'Down', 'Politics', 'Only Lies', 'Am I?', 'Money', 'Revolution', 'See Time'
12 x 16": 'Welcome to the Future'*, 'Psychogeography'*, 'Modern Love', 'Free', 'Forever'
16 x 20": 'This Life"*, 'Media Distortion' 'Out There Somewhere', 'There is Only One', 'Sometime'*
Part of collection from October 2016, beautifully crafted to deliver a poignant, insightful perspective on the impact of the current political climate and media on both the individual and society as a whole. Inks, acrylics & charcoal on an 8 x 12" canvas.