Always inspired by things Japanese, Sonny produced fan shape photographs in color in the manner of Hokusai and Hiroshige with Haiku poetry. Duane Michals now has returned to his early passion, painting on photographs with oils, hands on, the touch of the maker, the exquisite vulnerability of imperfection, the elegance of a single line meandering on a surface through space and time.
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