SLAYING MANTIS STARRING BRAD ENGLUND
Original acrylic painting By Brian Soigne Wilson
H 48" X W 24"
acrylic on canvas
Brian ‘SOIGNE’ Wilson is a multidisciplinary artist and is an original member of the first ‘happenings’ and ‘art events’ produced by Dollhaus from 1999-2001 before the first Dollhaus was opened in July of 2001. We are proud and excited to announce his second solo exhibition at Dollhaus II. Firt show was 2021 FANTAZZICAL BEINGS and exhibiting currently at the gallery is GLAMONSTERS.
Soigne is a modern pop artist and creator of Glamourous Monsters.
"When I was deciding on a show title for my second solo Art show at The DOLLHAUS II Gallery I browsed through my body of artwork and looked for a common thread. I found that a lot of my portraits of Drag Queens, Club Kids and beautiful people are glamorous. I also looked at over 2000 drawings and paintings of creatures I created and found a lot of them to be monsteresque!
Glamour is a noun that means: an attractive or exciting quality that makes certain people or things seem appealing. Monster is a noun that means: an imaginary creature that is typically large, ugly and frightening.
I decided to use one of my famous word mash-ups and call the show GLAMONSTERS! I would like the viewer to be thrilled by this collection of artworks some of which haven't been exhibited in decades.
My show also includes new paintings, drawings and sculptures I created exclusively for GLAMONSTERS and The DOLLHAUS II Gallery! I watched hours of my fave Horror movies for inspiration with my sketchbook in hand. I especially love the big bug monster movies!
These GLAMONSTERS don't bite but they do excite!" - Brian Soigné Wilson
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