Jim Denomie’s paintings are instantly recognizable for their animated colors and brush work depicting social, political and historical narrative, spiritual and erotic dreamscape, and creative portraiture. Beneath those vivid paintings are ideas often first captured as sketches. This book offers a glimpse into the more private experiences of Denomie’s imaginings, travels, dreams, and losses—both personal and societal. Featuring 174 sketches made over decades, and essays by fellow artist Andrea Carlson and curator Robert Cozzolino, this volume adds another layer to the understanding of the art work and the artist himself.
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