'Power Lunch' gicleé on canvas 18″h x 30″w
18″h x 30″w
One day a woman passed with her kids in tow. She liked the painting and commented that her uncle was the architect of that plaza. About three days later, and I do believe not coincidentally, a tall, slender, stately gentleman with white hair, and wearing a dark, pin striped, three piece suit came up to me. The first question he had was, where had I graduated from.
“U of O.” I said.
Then He asked how good the architecture program there was.
I told him that I thought it was excellent. I discussed with him how the students had to understand how architectural, anatomical, environmental, organic, sociological, mathematical and esthetic elements had to combine in order to properly design architecture before they were even considered for admission. He seemed gratified that I was handling my work well. We talked some more.
Then he left in the same direction he came from.
I feel fairly certain that he was, in fact, the architect of the causeways that I was painting. Full color archival Gicleé of the original oil painting Power Lunch by Phil Fake
Reproduced with museum quality pigment inks on archival canvas
The canvas is on a heavy, durable, artist made, stretcher
Artist studio slat frame
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