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Published on Sep 11, 2012
I have been thrilled and honored to have been part of Clevelands Kollective Gallery Ghoul Power show! An amazing artistic tribute to the Horror Host with the Most, the Prince of Parma, the Best Man of Boffo-Socko, the Duke of Detroit, the Czar of Cleveland, the King of Kielbasa, the Master of M-80s and now, the #1 Fright-wigged patron of Fine Art!
The plan was for the smoke/sparkle cones I had behind the painting to go off at the same time as the firecrackers, so it wasn't quite as an exciting - but still great! If I could have, I would have had 500lbs of fireworks attached to the art and blown it sky high- but there's only so much you can do on a sidewalk between a storefront, parked cars and 100s of folks on the sidewalk! :-)