Recently in Los Angeles, Michael Page (interviewed) had a show on display that just closed at the Corey Helford Gallery. Nostalgia Kills features fourteen new acrylic and oil paintings that take a look back at childhood – if your childhood was a surreal dreamscape exploding with a vibrant color palette. Page further explains – “Now that I am a father and get to play with my kids everyday, I get to see the world and all its wonders through their eyes. As I look back over the years watching my children grow, play, and learn, it’s fascinating and heartbreaking to feel the lightning speed of time. I find myself frantically seeking to witness all my children’s little steps and moments. It’s hard to sit back and think about all of the things you should have done, or want to do for your own children.”

Photo credit: Eric Minh Swenson.
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