“Market” Mixed on Panel, Size Petite – 22.25×17.25in., Jeff Del Nero, JUN2017
“R3MOTE CON7ROL” 48 x 36in, Size: M, Acrylic on Panel, Jeff Del Nero JUN2017
“Hand of Man” 30.5 x 24 in., acrylic on panel, Jeff Del Nero 2017
“Man Made” 17×22 in., size: petite, acrylic on panel, Jeff Del Nero 2017
“knowledge (aka facebook)” 17x22in, size petite, Jeff Del Nero 2017
visual icebergs on panel
“Visual Icebergs” Acrylic on Panel, 91x72in., Jeff Del Nero ©2017

“Babel 2.0.1” 48x36in. size M, Acrylic on panel, Jeff Del Nero 2017

 

 

detail 1
“Babel 2.0.1” 48x36in. size M, Acrylic on panel, Jeff Del Nero 2017

detail 2 with flag and down light

”The Rest“ 60x48in. mixed on panel, Jeff Del Nero 2017
“A Conference” 48W x 60H in., mixed on panel. Jeff Del Nero 2017


This quote was mentioned by the priest at my father in law’s funeral. Godspeed George!

“Do not seek death. Death will find you. But seek the road which makes death a fulfillment.”

Dag Hammarskjöld

“Ominous Anonymous” 60x48in Size L, Acrylic on Panel, Jeff Del Nero 2017
“The Meeting” 17.5 X 22.25 in., acrylic on panel, Jeff Del Nero ©2017

“Delft Man” (in progress) 36 by 48 in., acrylic on plywood panel, Jeff Del Nero, 2017

Art Making = The process of falling in love and out of love, moment by moment.”

hmmm…

Average Person vs. Leonardo DiCaprio Fuel Usage Comparison

Regular Person:
20K miles / year at 20 m.p.g

 vs.

Leonardo DiCaprio’s Private Jet:
358 gallons/hour in a 3 hour flight uses more fuel than I do in a year.


THE FUTURE OF CITIES: Oscar Boyson

Shenzhen: The Silicon Valley of Hardware (Full Documentary) | Future Cities | WIRED

“Accidental Monster” Profile, 17.5 x 22.25 in., collage on panel, 2016

Recently this was included in a show “Unity Through States of Being” at Modified Arts Gallery. The opening coincided with Art Detour and then the First Friday for April 2017 was reviewed by Margaret Swafford of The Arts Beacon. This notice my piece “Accidental Monster” received was really encouraging and reminds me of the various ways art takes on a life of its own. This makes me happy to see, hear and read the effect of people interacting with this work. From Umberto Eco to Jackson Pollack — but especially Roland Barthes speaks of how a created work must forge on with its own life and path. A created work exists to be interpreted and enjoyed while acting as a mirror to the world around it. Affected by the viewer’s personal frame of mind, the era it exists in and to some extent, the political climate surrounding its current location.