pigmented ink, india ink, and collage on torn paper.


  • Jomei
    Jomeiover 4 years ago

    Incredible art!

  • thanks man. I really like the Kesey quote on your page too.

    – Anthony DiMichele

  • mmargot
    mmargotover 4 years ago

    My goodness…beautiful…
    […and another Kesey fan – double treat. ]

  • walraji
    walrajiover 4 years ago

    Simply fantastic.

  • Mynybee
    Mynybeeover 4 years ago

    looks spiffy, well done!

  • DrawingDown
    DrawingDownover 4 years ago

    Great work, the light and shade gives the work so much depth.

  • thanks a lot. I appreciate your comment. A

    – Anthony DiMichele

  • Tpp2
    Tpp2over 4 years ago

    Beautiful work, love the colors and texture.

  • Kirrill D'Kainn
    Kirrill D'Kainnover 4 years ago

    WOW!!!!! … ANTHONY … this blows my mind.
    Mr. Henry Cowell … a real GIANT among all of the late American composers.
    A fantastic free thinking creator / music artist / surrealist and more … one of my favourites.

    This homage is allso a homage to the de-construction prossess of your mind ~ A

    This can not be somthing other then what it is … YOU have re-created in visual terms – his manic filled PIZZICATO methods as ( IF ) to be re-inspired from Cowell’s initial inspiration from William Blake’s popetry of “Tiger” … !

    AGAIN … A BIG WOW … I can speak volumes on this work.


  • Jeannine St-Amour
    Jeannine St-Amourover 4 years ago

    This is stunning!

  • Thank you very much. I am so glad you like it. I love all kinds of painting… but abstract, pure color and form, is my favorite. ~ Anthony

    – Anthony DiMichele

  • F.A. Moore
    F.A. Mooreover 4 years ago

    Very beautiful, Anthony. Thanks for submitting this to Solo Exhibition.

  • F.A. Moore
    F.A. Mooreover 4 years ago

    This work is invited to exhibit in the
    March 2010 Juried Invitational of Solo Exhibition.
    Instructions for entering…

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