Vicious women, strange plots, so similar to excerpts from the ambiguous stories of the Marquis de Sade, where the main characters play their own game, understandable only to them, frightening, and often completely disgusting images, from which it becomes uncomfortable - only a small part of what boasts a contemporary American artist (David Michael Bowers), who creates scandalous paintings that are immensely popular among many connoisseurs of the realism with an edge style.
It's hard to understand what David wanted to say with his work. Perhaps in this way he reveals the whole truth of life, focusing on human vices and shortcomings, which the majority so carefully hide behind the mask of immaculate grace. Or maybe he just realizes his own dreams and fantasies, playing them in not the most pleasant colors. But, one way or another, his work, in spite of everything, attracts everyone's attention, causing controversy and heated discussions on the topic that, perhaps, the artist was slightly out of his mind when he painted some paintings.
Eduardo Urbano Marino can rightfully be called a modern Dali. Why, even the genius himself could envy such a sophisticated fantasy of his follower, who creates, the plots of which are intriguing, causing vague sensations.