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CONTRIBUTIONS TO ART

"COLLABORATIONS"
Cadavre Exquis - 1997
Acrylic on canvas
Painting made by Leonora Carrington with collaboration of
Pablo Weisz-Carrington


The Kicking Dog -
Ink on paper
Drawing made byPablo Weisz-Carrington with collaboration of
Richard Dotson


Exquisite Corpse - April 2001
Pablo Weisz-Carrington with collaboration of
Willem den Broeder, Zazie and Xtian
4 x 4 inches


Yes This Is Me, Who Left The Egg, Or Not  -
Pablo Weisz-Carrington with collaboration of
Willem den Broeder


Pablo Weisz-Carrington with collaboration of
Willem den Broeder


Melusine painted for Zazie
by Pablo Weisz-Carrington - 2000


Birds Talk To Swilter  -
Pablo Weisz-Carrington with collaboration of
Richard Dotson

Little House -
Pablo Weisz-Carrington with collaboration of
Richard Dotson

Yellow Dog -
Pablo Weisz-Carrington with collaboration of
Richard Dotson

Slaughterhouse -
Pablo Weisz-Carrington with collaboration of
Richard Dotson

Nocturnal Fish -
Pablo Weisz-Carrington with collaboration of
Richard Dotson

Pajaroo -
Pablo Weisz-Carrington with collaboration of
Richard Dotson

"WHY: ART ABOUT THE ATTACK ON THE WORLD TRADE CENTER & PENTAGON"


The September  Blood Tear - October 2001
Acrylic on canvas
16 x 20 inches


"ANTI-VIOLENCE ART PROJECT"


La Bella / La  Bestia -
Ink on paper




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