In 2010, Lane Hagood re-created the “Mary’s Mural”, a former public icon and landmark of Houston’s Montrose neighborhood. The revived painting, made at the Johanna (an artist-run space in the city), served as a celebration of an unlikely masterpiece and a token of regret for its disappearance. The process of recreating the mural also commenced Lane’s most recent paintings – lovingly flawed fakes by the likes of Bosch, Velazquez and David .
See Lane’s works here: flickr.com/photos/yar/
also by Eileen Maxson
- Seth Mittag - June 14th, 2011
- Katy Heinlein - June 6th, 2011
- Jeremy DePrez - May 18th, 2011
- Maria Guzman - April 26th, 2011