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GILDING THE LILY
1994, oil on canvas, 30 x 40 in.
Appearances are deceiving. This is a wry satire about self-deception and unnecessary embellishment.
The parrot and the chameleon are both creatures that have adapted by imitation. The gold paint, the rose-tinted glasses, and the mask all tell of our attempts to alter appearances of things that don't need it.
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