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Living Inside a Box
Most people live inside a box within a box. Few live in round rooms with curved walls. Yet some four-sided boxes are much... more
1.80" W x 3.875" H x 0.90" D
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Living Inside a BoxMost people live inside a box within a box. Few live in round rooms with curved walls. Yet some four-sided boxes are much nicer than other four-sided boxes. Hanging artwork on the walls will turn the squared corners of a box into a beautiful living space. 11 inch by 8.5 inch; 3300px width 2550 px height; 300 DPIA Zotshee original created on July 30, 2021.
As an LSU Honors Division undergrad, Zotshee studied classical art and 19th-century Impressionism. He was gobsmacked by the brushstrokes of Monet, Renoir, and Cezanne. After receiving his B.A. degree, he began a series of oil paintings and sold a Groucho Marx silhouette at a Baton Rouge gallery. With his artistic eye continuing to evolve, Zotshee soon became fascinated by the works of Pollock, Kooning, Warhol, Motherwell, Francis, Ossorio . . . and Basquiat (a bit later). It was a gut-wrenching enlightening of the soul. But sadly, upon returning from a four-month stay in Europe, which had included seven days in Paris . . . Zotshee gave away all of his paintings. He could not face a blank canvas anymore. He called it his hard-row-to-hoe...
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