#328 by tsena74

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From my “Dogtown & Z-Boys” Series, honoring the boarders of the 1970’s California skate scene…inkrub print with airbrush,graphite,conte,and pastels on paper.

Born in Paterson, New Jersey and raised in Queens and Long Island, Tom Sena has been part of the art scene in the New York Metropolitan area for the past 20 years. Sena finds influences from various areas of life, and uses multiple materials and techniques as forms of communication and expression. His work is part of various private collections both throughout the country and collected globally.

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  • Rita  H. Ireland
    Rita H. Irelandover 5 years ago

    Just awesome!

  • TheZephyr
    TheZephyrover 5 years ago

    Great use of color, texture, line, and shape! The “sketchy” technique creates a real sense of movement/action. This reminds me of the tennis works by Leroy Neiman.

  • MoonSpiral
    MoonSpiralover 5 years ago

    Yeah, this one is really cool and would look good on my son’s wall ;)!!! I also like that you are portraying a 70’s skater here….very groovy (I wanted to say rad, but I guess that didn’t come ‘til the 80’s).

  • That particular skater is Tony Alva, one of the founders of the “Z-Boy Skate Team” of the 70’s. I actually had one of his signature boards growing up, an “Alva Dagger” model with a dolphin fishtail. I think my best friend borrowed it one day and I never saw it again!

    – tsena74

  • Natasha Hodgson
    Natasha Hodgsonover 2 years ago

    I understand why you have focused on this on this movie/theme for a series of art, love it. What a time! Completely creating a new sport with no boundries.

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