Gay Lasher

1011 S. Valentia Street #33
Denver, CO
80247 US
303-369-6910 fax: 303-369-6910

gayelasher@comcast.net

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Dangerous Curves

Dangerous Curves49"H x 46"W  

This new series, inspired by traffic turmoil, continues my use of computer-altered photographic elements, printed on cotton and machine quilted. Due to an enormous explosion of construction in my city, negotiating traffic has become a real everyday challenge. Using traffic signs as titles, strong colors and chaotic abstract images, I express my frustration with this aspect of contemporary life.



No Exit

No Exit50"H x 42"W  

This new series, inspired by traffic turmoil, continues my use of computer-altered photographic elements, printed on cotton and machine quilted. Due to an enormous explosion of construction in my city, negotiating traffic has become a real everyday challenge. Using traffic signs as titles, strong colors and chaotic abstract images, I express my frustration with this aspect of contemporary life.



Alternate Route

Alternate Route26"H x 40"W  

This new series, inspired by traffic turmoil, continues my use of computer-altered photographic elements, printed on cotton and machine quilted. Due to an enormous explosion of construction in my city, negotiating traffic has become a real everyday challenge. Using traffic signs as titles, strong colors and chaotic abstract images, I express my frustration with this aspect of contemporary life.



Slippery When Wet

Slippery When Wet27"H x 40"W  

This new series, inspired by traffic turmoil, continues my use of computer-altered photographic elements, printed on cotton and machine quilted. Due to an enormous explosion of construction in my city, negotiating traffic has become a real everyday challenge. Using traffic signs as titles, strong colors and chaotic abstract images, I express my frustration with this aspect of contemporary life.



No Turn On Red

No Turn On Red31"H x 41"W  

This new series, inspired by traffic turmoil, continues my use of computer-altered photographic elements, printed on cotton and machine quilted. Due to an enormous explosion of construction in my city, negotiating traffic has become a real everyday challenge. Using traffic signs as titles, strong colors and chaotic abstract images, I express my frustration with this aspect of contemporary life.