Thomas Christopher Haag

Artwork

A BRIEF HISTORY OF FORGOTTEN THINGS, 2018

Thomas Christopher Haag

A BRIEF HISTORY OF FORGOTTEN THINGS, 2018

acrylic on birch panel

48 x 48 in

$7,500.00

COAXING THE SHADOW #17: PRESENCE IS THE NEW ABSENCE, 2019

Thomas Christopher Haag

COAXING THE SHADOW #17: PRESENCE IS THE NEW ABSENCE, 2019

acrylic, vintage paper collage, colored pencil on oak panel

40 x 50 in

$8,000.00

COAXING THE SHADOW OUT OF THE 3RD DIMENSION, 2019

Thomas Christopher Haag

COAXING THE SHADOW OUT OF THE 3RD DIMENSION, 2019

acrylic, colored pencil on wood cube

12 x 12 x 12 in

$4,000.00

COAXING THE SHADOW OUT OF THE GROUND, 2018

Thomas Christopher Haag

COAXING THE SHADOW OUT OF THE GROUND, 2018

acrylic, colored pencil on birch panel

48 x 48 in

$7,500.00

COAXING THE SHADOW OUT OF THE SEA, 2019

Thomas Christopher Haag

COAXING THE SHADOW OUT OF THE SEA, 2019

acrylic, colored pencil on birch panel

40 x 40 in

$7,000.00

HOW TO BUILD A PYRAMID IN 108 EASY STEPS, 2018

Thomas Christopher Haag

HOW TO BUILD A PYRAMID IN 108 EASY STEPS, 2018

acrylic on birch panel

24 x 55 in

$4,000.00

THE SHADOW RENEGOTIATES AN OLD CONTRACT, 2019

Thomas Christopher Haag

THE SHADOW RENEGOTIATES AN OLD CONTRACT, 2019

acrylic, vintage paper collage, colored pencil on birch panel

50 x 40 in

$8,000.00

A MESSAGE TO THE TRIBE OF THE LOST AND FOUND, 2018

Thomas Christopher Haag

A MESSAGE TO THE TRIBE OF THE LOST AND FOUND, 2018

found objects, chain, hand twisted wire

84 x 1 in

$400 each

COAXING THE SHADOW OUT OF THE BODY, 2019

Thomas Christopher Haag

COAXING THE SHADOW OUT OF THE BODY, 2019

acrylic, colored pencil on birch panel

24 x 24 in

$3,000.00

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Thomas Christopher Haag
Thomas Christopher Haag was born in Wichita, Kansas into a family as vast as the sea. He took chemistry and math classes for some reason at the university of Kansas and then dropped out and started hitchhiking. He has lived in southern Mexico, Switzerland, India, Spain, the Pacific Northwest and the great American Southwest. When he’s had to work, he’s been a commercial diver, propman, art director, low-volume smugger, curator and gallery owner. He also once worked for eleven days in a dog food factory where they made Kibbles’ n Bits, but he prefers to paint. An avid muralist, both commissioned and not, he has painted buildings in Oaxaca, Barcelona, Venice, Albuquerque, Varanasi, Bangkok, Rangoon, Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Oakland and many other places, under the names “Detach”, “Stove” and “El Pituitario”. He has exhibited with the likes of Shepard Fairey, Chaz Bojorquez, Swoon, Gaia, Slinkachu, Henry Chalfant, Mark Jenkins, Chris Stain, and Chip Thomas. Using “reclaimed” house paint taken from chemical disposal facilities, found wood, and discarded books, he constructs multi-layered, collaged paintings and assemblages which reference ancient cultures and spiritual traditions, but with just a hint of smart-ass. Homages to criminal saints, a bodhisattva telling a fart joke, events of divine banality and comic significance, stripped of pretense or stuffed with it. Either way, it is all holy shit.
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