Every subject I paint has a built-in history. This Kodak Petite camera was made from 1929–1933, precisely during The Great Depression. The little pocket camera is sitting upon a stack of paperbacks from the same time and leading up to WWII. I always find myself thinking of the people who used these objects and what their world was like. Perhaps they were not so different from us.

This painting will be part of my upcoming September exhibition at the George Billis Gallery in New York City.

Work in Progress / Kodak Petite

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