My Fallon’s arrived in Colombia in the 1820s about the same time that my Mother’s French and Irish ancestors were settling in Louisiana. Born in Cartagena Colombia where my father was Captain in the Colombian Navy and his parents Colombian Consul General in the USA, I have had the benefit of a rich cultural education; one that mixes the magic realism of Cervantes and Gabriel Garcia Marquez with the French and Irish and Italian and Spanish storytellers in my family. It is that heritage that marks my style, my palette and the abstract and magic realism of my work.
ROUTE 77 HEADING NORTH
part of an on-going road series of the Americas acrylic, diptych: each panel 20"H x 60"W
diptych each panel 12"Hx48"W roads seen from a moving gaz spitting vehicle soon to be extinct
DRIVING FORT WORTH
Acrylic diptych as above: detours limited the views as the car passed
OBJECTS IN MIRROR
a painting of the rightside mirror ironically put outside of the car as a safety feature 30"Hx40"W
CRUISING THE INTERSTATES
Largest diptych, speaks for itself. I have no idea as to why that black frame is on the bottom panel
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