Meola Works

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(These are a few photos of my late father’s paintings; to view larger images on Google+, click here.)

Ever since I can remember, Pop was always looking out for something which he could use in his artwork.  I remember him building a 6 foot tall praying mantis sculpture with discarded (he was always on the lookout for materials that way, it seemed) electrical wire, old garden hoses, scrap wood, and some old gardening hand tools.

The following is the Italian Tribune review of his last show at the Paterson (NJ) Museum in 1993.  Click on the image to enlarge:

Italian Tribune writeup

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Yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion, man.

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