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"When Mrs. Jenkins Saw...1988" by Donald Roller Wilson - $2,200 New Listing
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  • "When Mrs. Jenkins Saw...1988"

    1988

    Donald Roller Wilson

    Limited Edition Print
    Print is Hand-Deckle Edged

    Size: 30 x 22.25 in  |  76 x 57 cm

    Framed: 45 x 38 in  |  114 x 97 cm

    Edition: From the Edition of 100

     
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    ARTIST BIO
    Hand Signed : Upper Right
    Condition: Excellent
    Framed with Glass : Matted on Silk And Framed
    Purchased from : Artist 2003
    Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
    LID : 127030
    Donald Roller Wilson

    Art Brokerage: Donald Roller Wilson American Artist: Donald Roller Wilson is a painter who describes his work as a "by-product of his thoughts." According to him, he spends his "days and nights pondering the meaning of life, the state of the universe, and the Home Shopping Network. More than anything, my work deals with pointlessness. It takes all the arrogance out of everything you do when you know that god is so much bigger than you are. And yet everything you are and do and see is filled with god: the grass, the asphalt, and the people fighting over Aqua net at Wal-Mart. . . .You can make a profound intellectual statement just by basing your efforts on silliness." His canvases, painted in lush colors in realist style, are inhabited by animals, many of them monkeys, florals, children, and also floating objects such as olives, cigarette butts, pickles, and melon wedges that he attributes, not to a surrealist style, but to a "strong night wind that whips through and causes things to happen." In the late 1960s, he taught at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and has remained in that town ever since. He is regarded as a local celebrity, and his home and studio are on the local map of "famous residences." Commissions available. We have clients intested in original paintings. Listings Wanted. Check out our new site Bluechipartbrokerage.com

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