Category Archives: fine art

Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep

Now I Lay me Down to Sleep – Acrylic on Strathmore Drawing paper 65”x53” framed

Ezra Li Eismont

2011

Conan The Destroyer

Ezra Li EIsmont 2011

Conan the destroyer – Acrylic on Arches watercolor paper 65”x53” framed

On Display at SPACE GALLERY until January 7th, 2012

Guide Us Through the Starry Night

Guide Us through the Starry Night

(Obambo/At Your Service/ Conan the Destroyer) Sizes Variable

Ezra Li Eismont

2011

On view at SPACE GALLERY unitl January 7th 2012.

MJ ISdEd

Ezra Li Eismont 2011

The King is dead! Long live the King!

MJ Isded – Acrylic on Arches Watercolor paper 65”x53” framed

Ezra Li Eismont 2011

on display at SPACE GALLERY until January 7 2012

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Jewled Chains, Gilded Cage

Jewled Chains, Gilded Cage

Kim’s just not looking herself these days.

Jeweled Chains (Kim Kardashian) – Acrylic w/ gold leaf and rhinestones on Arches watercolor paper 65”x53” with frame

Ezra Li Eismont 2011

on display at SPACE GALLERY until January 7 2012

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Winning The Future

Winning The Future

The Zombie race to win the future is a success! We are winning the future! Zombie Nation! Goldman Sachs in the house!

Winning the Future – Acrylic on Arches Watercolor paper 65”X53” framed

on display at SPACE GALLERY til January 7 2012

Now! I Lay me Down to sleep.

Opening TONIGHT, Saturday November 12th. 7pm-Midnight.

Space Gallery, 1141 Polk st San Francisco. Show is up Through January 7th, 2012.

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Occupy your mind!

These are the first in a series of Occupy your Mind murals, fall 2011.

Zombie Michael. Hemlock Alley, SF.

Ezra Li EIsmont 2011

Ezra LI Eismont 2011

Zombie Queen, Polk st SF.

Ezra Li Eismont 2011

Ezra Li Eismont

Ezra Li Eismont 2011

Super Zombie Jesus

Ezra Li Eismont 2011

On a recent trip to the Smithsonian museum I noticed that an old version of Jesus with the sacred heart had a resemblance to Clark Kent revealing his superman suit underneath his business clothes. This was the inspiration for super zombie jesus. I am interested in how mythologies are reflected in media, how threads of mythologies intertwine.  Who are our heroes? Our enemies? Whom do we learn to look up to, whom do we learn to despise? What cultivates our self control and mastery? Fear or Love? How are mythologies used to help define our decision making process? How are mythologies used to reinforce stereotypes?  What images do we find offensive? What images do we find attractive? How do images shape and mold our consciousness? I’ve got more questions than answers.

 

 

Obambo – Enter abbottabad

Obambo – Enter abbottabad – Acrylic on Strathmore Drawing paper 65”x53”

Ezra Li Eismont 2011