Rosco Louie

Continuing with painting on plastic and aluminum sheets along with the first of 3-D fighter jet objects.
The idea during this period was to make images and objects that looked like "The Clash" sounded.
Documentation was still very minimal. When additional photos are found, they will be added.

The first of many exhibitions with Larry Reid and Tracy Rowland at the Rosco Louie Gallery on Washington Street in Seattle began with a group show "Armory" in December of 1979. The MiG-25 shown below in the studio photos was in that show and on the cover of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "206 Magazine" heralding the beginning of punk art in America.

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