Olive Party II
Item #: 12918287A
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- The Artist
Cavorting olives make a splash during happy hour in Michael Godard’s festive “Olive Party II.” A non-drinker garbed and tattooed like a musician, Godard is known as the “Rock Star of the Art World.” Growing up in Las Vegas and Southern California, Godard studied fine art at the University of Nevada, and attended California’s Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Acclaimed for his humorous, martini-themed artworks, Godard has been featured on HBO’s “Cathouse,” A&E’s “Criss Angel’s Mind Freak,” “American Casino” and “Inked.” His book, “Don’t Drink and Draw” was awarded Art Book of the Year. One of the United States’ best-selling artists, Godard doesn’t mind criticism, saying, “Without it, I’d know I’m playing it way too safe.”
As compatible as gin and vermouth, the humanized olives in Michael Godard’s humorous, irreverent artworks cavort in and around martinis. A non-drinker festooned in the eyeliner, attire and tattoos of a musician, Godard is nicknamed the “Rock Star of the Art World.” One of the United States’ best-selling artists, Godard previously worked as a mechanical engineer, commercial illustrator, caricaturist and entrepreneur. Wildly imaginative, he began painting his witty olive artworks to stay emotionally grounded while his daughter was in a coma. Featured in countless collections and on numerous TV shows, Godard also embraces criticism, saying, “Without it, I’d know I’m playing it way too safe.”
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