Random Art Presents Maxx Henry Frazer: Sniped

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Saturday May 30th, the RA GALLERY presents to you the works of Maxx Henry-Frazer also know as, SNIPE Art.

Maxx Henry-Frazer: n. - artist, Dallas resident, movie lover, movie poster collector.

Maxx's SNIPE Art cleverly melds pop-art, pop-culture, and movie-culture together harmoniously through masterful composition, and creative subject matter a la a witty play on words. The result is the viewer being overcome with feelings of nostalgia, "I see what you did there" and "ah-ha" moments.

With a massive collection of rare and original linen backed movie posters at his disposal, MHF daringly paints pop-art atop the film advertisements, making for a charming and sometimes controversial art going experience.

Please join us at the RA Gallery!

Saturday, May 30th

2242 Monitor ST STE 140
Dallas, Texas 75207


"Who were your first heroes? You probably discovered them on a Saturday morning. There was probably a sugary bowl of cereal involved. The good and bad they fought was as clear and stark as the characters were colorful. They didn't have to be real because you made them real.

At some point it changes, we need them to be more real and we seek them out elsewhere. We call it being more sophisticated. We can't relate with a cartoon, we need a person. We need special effects. We need realism. We need a world with shades of gray. Sometimes pop culture moves on and leaves our old heroes behind, replaced with something new.

What happens if you blur the lines though? Can we still suspend our disbelief. If we change the context can we see our old heroes in our new ones? Can we see how sometimes no matter what they look like some characters all come from the same place?" -Maxx Henry-Frazer
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