Jack  Walls insists on putting quotation marks around each “Mona Lisa,”  because they are as much portraiture as history painting: sexually  ambiguous, oddly mischievous and caught in an eternal metaphorical nod.  His “Ada” collage series was exhibited at the Fuse Gallery in 2008 and  followed last year by his epic poetry book, The Ebony Prick of the White Rose’s Thorn.  For his M.L. show at Half Gallery, Walls has produced a limited edition  zine of sketchbook drawings. He lives and works in Cherry Valley, NY.
208 FORSYTH STREET, NYC

Jack Walls insists on putting quotation marks around each “Mona Lisa,” because they are as much portraiture as history painting: sexually ambiguous, oddly mischievous and caught in an eternal metaphorical nod. His “Ada” collage series was exhibited at the Fuse Gallery in 2008 and followed last year by his epic poetry book, The Ebony Prick of the White Rose’s Thorn. For his M.L. show at Half Gallery, Walls has produced a limited edition zine of sketchbook drawings. He lives and works in Cherry Valley, NY.

208 FORSYTH STREET, NYC

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