Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Blonde, Red Head and Brunette; A Study In Orange

Blonde, Red Head and Brunette; A Study In Orange
(Also known as Adam, Eve and Lilith in Hell)

Mulligan, 16" X 20" inches.  Acrylic on Artists Board

Joined BAMOO in 2001

A brutal interpretation of the laws of beauty, and set upon a field of scorching vividness. Mulligan uses Blonde, Red Head and Brunette; A Study in Orange as an allegory of society's perception of our nice'n easy culture using an amorphous three-headed beast to tell its tale. Simple minded blonde's will always come first. Cunning redheads standout, no matter where they are at the moment.  And even calling those dullards with brown hair "Brunettes" does nothing to make them more attractive. 

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