Posts Tagged 'the best man'

Self-Portrait with Alter-Ego

36″ x 48″, Acrylic on canvas, 2004 “Self-Portrait with Alter-Ego” was an exercise, it was a painting and an act to destroy my pride. It was the painting and the revealing that would proof I did not care what women

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Self-Portrait with Alter-Ego

36″ x 48″, Acrylic on canvas, 2004 “Self-Portrait with Alter-Ego” was an exercise, it was a painting and an act to destroy my pride. It was the painting and the revealing that would proof I did not care what women

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Guess Who?

32″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2008 In “Guess Who?” we got The Best Man playing the classic role of “The Invisible Man”. The faceless man only reveals a smile, making The Best Man even more mysterious in this movie

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Guess Who?

32″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2008 In “Guess Who?” we got The Best Man playing the classic role of “The Invisible Man”. The faceless man only reveals a smile, making The Best Man even more mysterious in this movie

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The Celibate Joker

32″ x 40″, Acrylic on paper, 2008      (Collection of the Artist) The world says, There’s celibacy, then there’s insanity. It goes to show just how sex-crazed the world really is. Here in “The Celibate Joker” we got The Best Man

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The Celibate Joker

32″ x 40″, Acrylic on paper, 2008      (Collection of the Artist) The world says, There’s celibacy, then there’s insanity. It goes to show just how sex-crazed the world really is. Here in “The Celibate Joker” we got The Best Man

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Gold Digger

30″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2006      (Collection of the Artist) Lights, camera, action! In “Gold Digger” Irish folklore plays a role in a wedding with a great age difference. In this cinematic portrait we got the bride, the groom,

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Gold Digger

30″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2006      (Collection of the Artist) Lights, camera, action! In “Gold Digger” Irish folklore plays a role in a wedding with a great age difference. In this cinematic portrait we got the bride, the groom,

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The Tragic Beauty Contest

36″ x 44″, Acrylic on canvas, 2006      (Collection of the Artist) In “The Tragic Beauty Contest” Riel extends his concern for today’s youth beyond the Native community to address the issue of anorexia, an international health problem linked to the

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The Tragic Beauty Contest

36″ x 44″, Acrylic on canvas, 2006      (Collection of the Artist) In “The Tragic Beauty Contest” Riel extends his concern for today’s youth beyond the Native community to address the issue of anorexia, an international health problem linked to the

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Get Cracking

30″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2007       (Collection of the Artist) “Get Cracking” was inspired by alot of my single male friends, as well as the children’s rhyme “Humpy Dumpty”. Here we got a nude and newly pregnant woman holding

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Get Cracking

30″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2007       (Collection of the Artist) “Get Cracking” was inspired by alot of my single male friends, as well as the children’s rhyme “Humpy Dumpty”. Here we got a nude and newly pregnant woman holding

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Reflection of the coming age

30″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2006      (Collection of the Artist) Hickory hickory Dock, the mouse ran up the clock, the clock struck one, the mouse ran down , Hickory hickory, Dock! Again, a children’s rhyme is played in this

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Reflection of the coming age

30″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2006      (Collection of the Artist) Hickory hickory Dock, the mouse ran up the clock, the clock struck one, the mouse ran down , Hickory hickory, Dock! Again, a children’s rhyme is played in this

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Fanatic

24″ x 30″, Mixed media on paper, 2005     (Collection of the Artist) A person with an extreme and uncritical enthusiasm,  zeal, unbalanced or obsessive behavior. A person showing more than ordinary enthusiasm or support for a cause or belief, yes that

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Fanatic

24″ x 30″, Mixed media on paper, 2005     (Collection of the Artist) A person with an extreme and uncritical enthusiasm,  zeal, unbalanced or obsessive behavior. A person showing more than ordinary enthusiasm or support for a cause or belief, yes that

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The End

30″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2005     (Collection of the Artist) Riel has continued to explore tribal histories and present – day realities in this Beautiful cinematic piece. In “The End”, a painting-cum-movie poster, the artist addresses the cinematic construction

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The End

30″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2005     (Collection of the Artist) Riel has continued to explore tribal histories and present – day realities in this Beautiful cinematic piece. In “The End”, a painting-cum-movie poster, the artist addresses the cinematic construction

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Royal Flush

30″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2004      (Collection of the Artist) However, not all women have rushed to smother Riel with affection. In fact, some have serious reservations about his use of cartoon violence, and depictions of women in works

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Royal Flush

30″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2004      (Collection of the Artist) However, not all women have rushed to smother Riel with affection. In fact, some have serious reservations about his use of cartoon violence, and depictions of women in works

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Mr. Right

30″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2004      (Collection of the Artist) In “Mr.Right” Riel adapts the children’s nursery rhyme “Hey Diddle Diddle, the Cat and the Fiddle” to further explore the myth of the perfect soulmate – in this case

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Mr. Right

30″ x 40″, Acrylic on canvas, 2004      (Collection of the Artist) In “Mr.Right” Riel adapts the children’s nursery rhyme “Hey Diddle Diddle, the Cat and the Fiddle” to further explore the myth of the perfect soulmate – in this case

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Looks that Kill

40″ x 48″, Acrylic on canvas, 2004 (Collection of the Artist) With Greek architecture everywhere, this is the stage for the painting “Looks That Kill.” This painting is based on Everyman’s wandering eye. In the foreground you have The Best

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Looks that Kill

40″ x 48″, Acrylic on canvas, 2004 (Collection of the Artist) With Greek architecture everywhere, this is the stage for the painting “Looks That Kill.” This painting is based on Everyman’s wandering eye. In the foreground you have The Best

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