Great for curators, collectors & art historians.
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Wednesday, December 19, 2018
He uses baldness to represent a less vanity based purity of esthetics. Nudity is about fertility.
"No Yellow Evils" Acrylics on canvas. 30"W X 40"W. Circa 1998.
Major collectors, curators, galleries and museums are invited to ask about these works.
"No Evil Monk" Acrylics on 18"W X 24" canvas-board. Circa 1995
"Danse of the 911 Phoenix" 30"W X 40"H, acrylics on canvas. Circa 9-11-2001
"As The Sirens Sweetly Sang" OIls on canvas, 40"W X 30"H. Circa 2010
"Do No Evil" Oils on 24" X 36"H canvas. Circa 2000.
Wednesday, August 1, 2018
Rhythmistic visual artist, Turtel Onli was photographed a few years ago at the ONLI STUDIOS when it was located in the massive Bridgeport Art Center in Chicago. After seven years of being there he has returned to a super cool, lake view hi-rise live work space in the important Hyde Park district of Chicago.
Onli is still committed to exploring his thesis of "Rhythmistim" in the visual arts with a diversified application. This is a growing practice that spans across fine art, applied art and commercial art.