Edition of 18
34 x 27 inches
is on back order
This work is final sale and not eligible for return.
b. 1958, Hollywood, CA
On almost every level Scharf’s work is a response to the disillusionment he and his generation encountered as they came of age. If reality didn’t measure up to his dreams, then he would create a world that did. His paintings became surreal amalgamations of fantastic fictions and pop culture; his sculptures cartoon-like characters from his make-believe universe.
- Mike McGee, Grand Central Art Gallery, CA
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