"I guess making paintings for me is about responding to living," painter Erik Parker explained to The Huffington Post. "I couldn't see any other way of doing things. It's like a broken narrative in response to what it means to be a human being."
Parker's massive canvases contain all the abrasive colors and warped wanderings of an hour wasted on the internet, only instead of leaving your head numb and buzzing, they provide a strange sort of clarity, as if you'd gone on a hike. Most often, they depict the most unnatural nature-scapes you've e...
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