Secrete Gluon

Secrete Gluon : An Adult Colour Book from the Mind of Marisa Cole

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This is a color book and journal designed by and featuring the art work of Marisa Cole, also known by Maurice Cole. The artwork featuring surrealistic fantasy and lowbrow images come directly from the sketch books of Marisa Cole, whom is a surrealist lowbrow painter living in Seattle Washington. The work is geared more for adults and those whom appreciate fantasy, science fiction, and low brow surreal artwork. The books primary purpose is for the fun of coloring and has the secondary pages for journal writing. The color book is not extreme but admittedly strange and parental guidance is recommended. A handful of the plates have mild nudity or symbolically suggestive material. Marisa's painting have exhibited in many gallery and museum exhibitions since the 1990s. She has participated in group exhibitions that also featured the works of H.R. Giger, Eric White, Ernst Fuchs, Salvador Dali as well as others. Her work is featured in print going back to the 1990s and in some 3d animation projects for Fortune 500 companies with console games. She is currently represented by the Vermillion Art Gallery in Seattle WA. Her work is included in a handful of prominent collections. by a handful of prominent collectionshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 68 pages
  • 203 x 254 x 4mm | 159g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514797348
  • 9781514797341
  • 2,403,280

About Miss Marisa L Cole

Marisa Cole is an artist born in Salt Lake City She studied art in Portland OR, at the Pacific North West College of Art and earned her Bachelors Degree in Fine Art in 1992. Since she has held over 15 museum and fine art gallery exhibitions and has exhibited in group exhibitions that featured other surrealist and lowbrow fantasy and visionary painters including H.R. Giger, Ernst Fuchs, Marion Peck, Javier Ortega, and Eric White. She was also included in the historical art exhibition BRAVE DESTINY. This exhibit was the largest historical exhibition of surrealist art work. It took place at the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center located in Brooklyn NYC. Marisa Cole is still active in both digital animation and traditional painting and gallery projects. She lives in Seattle more