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In most works, Manzo places the figures in the foreground with rarely a sense of an environment. Thus, the viewer is forced to focus on the fragmented visages and figures that are painted with an expressionistic fervor.  Check him out



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 I pretty much try to stay in a constant state of confusion just because of the expression it leaves on my face.

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  1. Interesting post. I actually really like the faces especially the one that goes with the green room. Interesting concept.

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    1. I like the green one too, Kris. But, I also love the lavender and fuchsia. His work is fantastic in my opinion!

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  3. visionary pairing! fascinating similarities -

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