Raccoon’s Law, the latest exhibition by the Mexico City-based, Trinidadian artist, Wendell McShine is at its final week of showing at Fifty24SF Gallery.
McShine explains to Juxtapoz Latin America “The raccoon reminds you to take a look inward in the mask holder, within a delicate balance between giving and receiving. Dramatically dusty charcoal drawings captivate a whimsical fantasy of control and freedom that endures beyond imagination.”
He also states that “Coming up with dignity and focus through challenging conditions in the Caribbean ghetto, the 9th of ten brothers and sisters, has inspired me to delve into the avenues of the human condition and nature. In ..the third world.., where opportunities don’t come by unless you have courage, spirit and conviction has been an undercover blessing allowing me to draw from my own life experiences and giving me a huge hunger to tell multidimensional stories that inspire.”
From The Citrus Report