Eighty-seven-old lifetime artist, Dan Wetta, a career accountant who lived a different life through his work, continues to share his dreams and unique vision of the world in Last But Not The End? This is Volume 7 of his series, El Artista: A Lifetime of Curiosity, and it is the final volume of his work...for now! Originally from New Orleans, the artist spent high school and community college years in St. Joseph's Seminary in rural Louisiana in the 1940s. He continued college education at night while married and raising a family in Richmond, Virginia. Over the years, the artist took art classes and private lessons and exhibited his work in many public showings, including exhibiting in The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. His works, in oil, acrylics, pen, pencil, crayon, watercolor, doodles and cartoons, encompass a vast variety of themes, laced with humor, satire, spirituality, and immense respect for life. Previous volumes have illustrated the artist's reflections on the conflict between science and religious teachings, notably via the history of the Jews as recorded in the Old Testament. Some have emphasized his humorous characterization of animal life, such as lions, tigers, and cows, while others have colorfully expressed mystical emotions of birds. This edition ties in with the very first volume of the series, returning largely to insightful and philosophical observations of Bible stories through cartoons and Bible art.
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The artist is making available for acquisition by a gallery or private collector the entire collection of his original art and cartoons, his work of a lifetime, in one complete set. Almost all are illustrated in this series of volumes, El Artista: A Lifetime of Curiosity.