Why the Tree of Life?


Junk Art Day at Monday Friends

Austin's hottest young artist was kind enough to pose for a brief picture on the way to his lastest art opening. K Evanovski, shown here with his latest work 'Beneath the Rising Tide of Angst', prefers the 'found-art' medium, but has also been known to work in crayon, tempera and playdoh. When asked why he chose a heavy title for such a light-hearted looking bear, the artist replied, 'This bear, he is empty. Where honey should be, there is no honey. The eyes, they are the many eyes gazing down upon him. I do not make these arts for the world. I make these arts for myself. I do not care if the world gives the appreciations to me. The world does not love what it does not understand.'

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