Absinthe Under The Brooklyn Bridge

The unpredictability of Steve Horlock’s paintings may come from his pervasive curiosity about life; or perhapshis ten-years experience body painting; possibly his fascination with mythology and the complexities of the world. Whichever it may be, this self-taught Las Vegas artist knows no bounds when it comes to painting ideas:whether inspired by Vegas’ historic Miss Atomic (Bomb) or the Chinese Zodiac, Horlock deftly transitions from canvas to skin as a fine artist and body painter. His work adorns the walls of people’s homes; beautifies

mundane city walls by way of murals; and touches on subjects as varied as the circus, pop culture, local icons,

science fiction, and the human form. Horlock pours his eclectic interests and passionate energy into his paintings, conjoining the dramas and salience of life into works of art that delve deep into the archetypes and stories of prehistory to create new, fantastical narratives that feel familiar in essence, yet reinvigorated, muchlike the unsolvable enigmas of Zen koans.

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