Mike Leavitt made an amazing figure of Chet Zar for his Art Army series. The figure is 10″ tall, and is an articulating polymer clay action figure. The mask comes off and shows Chet’s face underneath. The figure comes in either a blister pack or glass display dome. This is an amazing figure and anyone who loves the work of Chet Zar would be lucky to snag this up.
ok I know this is an older painting and I saw a glimpse of it somewhere and just had to go on your site to see it again, now I want to post it here to make sure everyone has seen it as well....LOOK AT THOSE GUMS! and how they are swollen and pink but you can also see the blue underneath like the big blood filled veins, ok I really love this piece, I just love all the different tones in your skin, your paintings always amazes me
Love the new diection, beautiful work! Also loving the piece of the woman holding the baby. (what's the storyline here?)
Could you share your thoughts on the shows "Lilith" theme.
Thanks. I'm having fun with it. Just wish I had a little more time.
The "Lilith" theme came about in a conversation I had with Gary Pressman. I was telling him that I wanted to do a show with all female characters (since I have only painted females 2 or 3 times). We were talking about ideas and both kind of said, "Lilith" at the same time. So I looked it up on Wikipedia and the myth was very dark intriguing.
As far as the baby stealing image- that was one of the older myths about her. She would roam around and steal babies in the night.