W Journal despatched over a hyperlink to a incredible article the place author Diane Solway interviews Canadian artist Karel Funk re: the inspiration behind his portraits and the urbanites they depict.
A stand-out quote from the article?
On how driving the New York Metropolis subway modified his profession: “I used to be fascinated by how this boundary of private area utterly disappeared on the subway. You may see the particulars of someone’s ear or neck that you simply’d by no means observe simply socializing with buddies as a result of there’s this boundary all of us maintain.”
Karel’s artwork shall be featured at New York’s 303 Gallery in April. So excited!