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1964

View from 301 East 50th Street No. 1

1965

Southern Dogs
The painting was created in response to the Selma Riots. It caused a lot of discomfort. Is Art something that is supposed to make one comfortable? This is the basic question. Consider the other images that are regularly printed in our papers and seen in the media. There is potency in a painting that a photograph does not have. If Artists and the public realize our power, we can move to regain our rights as creators and viewers. "As a painter, I've always felt that the still image ends up being more powerful than the moving image. The still photographer can catch the moment; the painter can create the moment. As Picasso said, "Art is a lie that makes us realize the truth."" - R. Cenedella. 
Untitled No. 06
Untitled No. 08
Untitled No. 09
Old Tall House
Traveling Salesman
Public Enemy No. 1
Souperman (Color)
A Step in the Right Direction
Mona Lisa with Albers
SHIT
Souperman

1966

Nixon Hostility Dartboard
Johnson Hostility Dartboard
Accident No. 7
Accident
After the Accident
After the Storm
Aging Car