Wherever one travels to in the world it's inevitable that one sees the heritage of wild-style graffiti. Graffiti writers are the most influential artists of their time; reaching so many people and influencing some of those people to make works of art using those influences. Sax Berlin was himself on the streets of New York city and experienced first hand this vibrant culture. Graffiti has connected with movements in music,and dance. In this neo-expressionist piece Berlin combines his love of street culture and music. This work is an interpretation of street art & the jazz of Charlie Parker.
Oil and acrylic on canvas.