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Jesse Reno – Spring Arts Collective: Shamanic Depressive / LA Solo Show | Artist Reception

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Date(s) - 02/11/2016
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Last Bookstore, Los Angeles


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Artist Jesse Reno will present a solo exhibition of his most recent works titled – Shamanic Depressive. Exhibition runs thru March 1st. Artist will be in attendance.

“I am a self taught mixed media painter. I’ve been supporting myself from my art for the last 12 years. In that time I’ve created over 4000 paintings. My prices have risen 1000%. I have sold almost 90% of everything I have created. I have been the sole manager of my career with no business background. I have shown in over 100 galleries. I have taught my techniques and ideas about painting extensively in the US, Canada, Australia, and Mexico. I do not do commercial work. I only take on work where I am free to create as I wish and be myself. I have never preplanned or conceptualized a painting in my entire career. I could tell you a lot of stories.” — Jesse Reno

Shamanic Depressive

Magic is anxious – Waiting isn’t easy – The time between visions is slow – What will happen next – What will you tell me – Dancing in the fire – There is a man inside the wood – Smoke ring – Candy cane – Whale bones – A horse with a hammer – A volcano inside – Canoes – Eyes like mirrors – Geometry is not sacred – Write a new spell – Wish… This is never never land – You will know who you are when you are free – Then you must choose – You are here now… This is hard to remember…

This is why we continue to chase – Search for new vision – There is no glory in stopping – One wish greater then the last – Hunt – This is the reward – Ask gods not men – Even kings can not grant the wishes of gods – You were born of stars wolves and fawns – Lions eyes – The future is alive…

Burn in the end – Dissolve the spells with ash – No king will take the mans work – The soil will be remembered by those who fed it.

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