A tribute to Werner Herzog’s legendary film “Fitzcarraldo” in East Hampton, NY.
61 ft x 14,75 ft
I was living very close to Lou Reed’s house, where he used to enjoy nature and the soft light from The Springs;
and having breakfast every morning at the deli where Jackson Pollock used to be a customer,
just around the corner from his house, where he produced a lot of his cosmic artwork.
This was a dream project for me and I feel a lot of gratitude.
The painted trees get along really well with the real ones outside;
and they merge within the reflection on the glass.
You wanna get it right? Let’s get it right!