This piece is a graphic / digital artwork I came up with to pay
homage to the ‘blonde bombshell’ Marilyn Monroe.
Andy Warhol and Peter Max were a big part of my youth in the 60’s –
I loved their work. And they became a huge influence in my artwork.
It turns out that Peter Max was a little boy in Shanghai, China where he
lived in a Jewish Refugee Camp during World War II with his
family – and my mother knew him and his family (as she also lived in the
camp after fleeing Berlin with her family).