Tony Tirado, one of my favorite (and least self-promoting) local painters, recently poked his head up on Facebook and posted this amazing homage to Josef Albers.

Scooby Tirado

It just as quickly disappeared. Someone please help him have a massive show. Thanks, Noel Black

 

4 Responses to The Elusive Tony Tirado Pokes His Head Out

  1. Tony Tirado says:

    Thanks for the plug, Noel!

  2. Sean says:

    That is such a cool and adept piece.

  3. Andy Tirado says:

    Doggone good.

  4. Kay J. says:

    Absolutely it is time to have a show of Not the Usual Suspects in Colorado Springs.

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