Published on Jan 15, 2013
New York artist (composer/musician) Jasun Martz painting "The New Yorker"- portraits of New York City subway riders in 2012. Music: "The Battle" composed by Martz and released by Music Brut.
"I consider my paintings photorealistic- I paint people exactly as I see them." --Jasun Martz
New York musician and artist has composed three symphonies, recorded with MICHAEL JACKSON (Bad and Dangerous), toured with FRANK ZAPPA and collaborated with French modern Art Brut master artist JEAN DUBUFFET. Mr. Martz's raw expressionist paintings, inspired by the subway passengers he encounters (in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Seoul, Shanghai, etc) have been exhibited worldwide.
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