This volume collects drawings and paintings from 2005 through 2012 by artist Mario M. Muller. The motif addressed are the shape, form and texture of Palm Trees in Southern California.
Mario M. Muller is an artist and independent curator. He has had 19 solo exhibitions and his paintings are in public, private and corporate collections internationally. Mr. Muller has been the recipient of numerous site-specific public art commissions including the Kentucky Center for the Arts and the NY MTA Arts for Transit program. Deutsche Bank and Columbia University have commissioned his essays on photography. He holds a degree from Northwestern University in Film and he has studied with Wayne Thiebaud, Roy Lichtenstein and Ed Pasche. He lives and works in Los Angeles, California.