For the most part, what I create in the studio is just for the fun of it.Many of my collage and assemblage works have a story telling element and are meant to be read.Their messages may be mundane, inane, didactic, or (hopefully) occasionally profound.Some of my work has the air of social commentary, so the titles might give the viewers a hint as to how I see the world, but they are free to bring their own story.

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My heroes of the art world are the Pop Artists of the 50ís and 60ís, primarily

Jim Dine, Wayne Thiebaud, and Claes Oldenburg; and all the brilliant political cartoonists Iíve read for the last half century.They taught me that art can be socially relevant and still be fun.















Website by Jules Anslow, 2009

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