The visual artist at Apocalypse has been making art since 1993. He's also a teacher, a facilitator, and a social entrepreneur.
After his MFA, he spent two decades supporting large scale social change projects around the world pioneering a method called "Social Sculpture."
As a result, he had no way to share, show, or sell his art — until now.
You can learn more about his work by following him on Twitter at @apocalypticform.
In his words, here's what Apocalypse Art is about:
I've worked around the world on some of humanity's toughest challenges. I've seen what drives the growing darkness we all experience. It's people; it's US — our minds and hearts, our worldviews and beliefs, our frailty and fears. Everyone is on their own path, and this is what makes the world so complicated, sad, beautiful, so full of potential — and apocalyptic.
My art work is about seeing the unwinnable and ongoing wars, the desperate messes and masses, the endless struggle and striving of humanity — and winning through to love, creativity, and metamorphosis in these dark and chaotic times.
Apocalypse Art is a project of an artist and a musician who have worked together for many years.
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