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$3880.00 USD

medium: acrylic, oil, and pastels on canvas 

other details: By my late step-mother Beverly Tapia when we lived in Downtown Los Angeles across from the Bonaventure Hotel in 1989.  The view from our 16th floor was that magical cylinder glass building. I would fall asleep watching people going up and down in the elevators which where on the outside of the building.  My dad and her would race against each other in their separate cars from Downtown on 6th street to Hollywood and I would be in the passenger seat yelling "go faster"!!

why: the color red represents the flesh and blood of the world. The black is the other side of death, the end.

dimensions: 70" x 54"