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Frank Gallo by Phil Strang
Simply Lost by Phil Strang
Avoid Void Ovoid by Phil Strang
Chevaux Bleu by Phil Strang
Peer Amid Space by Phil Strang
Block Party by Phil Strang
Pollen Count by Phil Strang
Mary Nouveau by Phil Strang
Snapping Turtle in the Sun by Phil Strang
Blue Horse Near the Seine variation by Phil Strang
Blue Horse Near the Seine by Phil Strang
Phelix by Phil Strang
Valley Beyond by Phil Strang
Moot Conquers the University of Illinois by Phil Strang
We Are Canadian by Phil Strang
Turbo Terrier by Phil Strang
Picasso's Girlfriend by Phil Strang
Casanova's Landing by Phil Strang
2019 calendar cover by Phil Strang
Something Wicked This Way Comes by Phil Strang
The Lacuna by Phil Strang
Dead Sea by Phil Strang
Bird's Eye View by Phil Strang
Fierce Survival A and B combined by Phil Strang
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About Phil Strang
Phil has been painting since Junior High school in New York, but only in the past eleven years has he developed a practice of painting on glass. Recently he does mostly portraits of Second Life avatars and some of real life characters. and in the summer of 2014 he started experimenting with various types of splatter painting as two eye operations have made detailed work much harder. He has lived in Champaign-Urbana for the past 48 years and loves the flat peacefulness and constant change of the midwest. He is most grateful for his two great kids and his wonderful Second Life.
Besides painting, Phil has also played in bands doing original music, performed in over 50 theatrical productions, written dozens of reviews and articles about music, art and theatre and managed a music store for over 30 years before the crash of the music industry. He now manages two theatres and an auditorium for the University of Illinois and paints whenever he has free time. He cannot wait to retire in December 2016.