Hotel Lobby '64
Racing lady-like, high heels clickity-click towards the elevator doors, a high-gloss gateway to clandestine film noir afternoons and last-day sight-seeing, trinket-shopping, can't-believe-it-went-by-so-fast vacation gluttony. Sharp suits and ties leave an intoxicating trail behind of aftershave and cigarettes, their Bermuda-shorted counterparts all Coppertone and bourbon. Everywhere, the anticipation of balcony escapades... no reservations needed... behind the potted plants.
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48"x 72"x 2" Plywood panel-painting(triptych) Acrylics, house paint, spray paint, urethane. Features cut-wood relief elements, hand-cut stenciled details, metallic gold. Panels are cradled. Unframed. Signed and dated.