Sunday, June 9, 2019

A Chip Off the Old Block: Ken Salaz Part II

Gans casually compares herself, as if in passing, to Shakespeare, Buddha, Christ, etc. Humble Ken is learning from his teacher. Here he is in Forbes:  

“When I’m painting fast, I am . . . much like Vermeer." 

“It’s been said that Mozart could see an entire symphony in his mind . . . . That’s kind of the feeling I have.” 

His paintings are "better than" photographs. 

Its good to know he paints to be the "modern voice for Emerson and the rest.”

Ken spends his evenings "entertaining such celebrities as Bruce Springsteen and Jimmy Fallon."  

The article fails to mention his other evening entertainment and his deep involvement with a truly demented washed-up old actress and her evil cult. 

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