Whole Colonel Corn
1.5'x3', satin, kimono and other cloth, 1998
The artist’s daughter Tonya is an avid reader and collector of unicorns. As a play on words, he used “corn” for the horn and made the animal a soldier. This is a further word play on “full colonel”and “whole kernel corn”.
The artist is interested in doing other “non-figurative portraits” as commissions. Send e-mail.