And how does this art of decoration differ from the tattoo? Or is this the etymology of tattooing? Of course the paint makes it possible to see the bones as sculptural artifacts instead of as old bones once living. They have new life as retrieved clichés–now archetypal.
Eric McLuhan, 2012

Target, latex and acrylic on buffalo skull, 22″ x 24″ x 10″, 2011

Deer in Lights, latex and acrylic on deer skull, stain on wood platform, 2011

Jung Antelope, acrylic on antelope skull, 10″ (h) x 6″ (l) x 11″ [w], 2011

Circles of Life, acrylic on seal skull, brick, 12″ (h) x 6.5″ (l) x 12″ [w], 2012

Coyote Simple, acrylic on coyote skull, 5.5″ (h) x 7″ (l) x 3.25″ [w], 2012

Kabbalah Man, acrylic on plastic human skeleton, 66″ (h), 2012

Polar Bare, acrylic on polar bear skull, 16″ x 9″ x 6″, 2012

Deer in Lights (expanded)
acrylic on deer skulls, 23″ x 16″ x 29″, 2012

Pig Genius
latex and acrylic on wild boar skull, stain and acrylic on wood
16″ x 16″ x 10″, 2012

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