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Skinner in Action – Solo Exhibition Opening Tonight in New York

Self-taught artist, Skinner is known for his incredible paintings and mural work. His solo exhibition The Undermining Satanic Energies Of An Incongruent Suburban Sickness will be opening tonight in New York at The Cotton Candy Machine. The Art of Skinner was featured in Hi-Fructose, Volume 14 in 2010. See brand new images of the installation and read more after the jump. 

Self-taught artist, Skinner is known for his incredible paintings and mural work. His solo exhibition The Undermining Satanic Energies Of An Incongruent Suburban Sickness will be opening tonight in New York at The Cotton Candy Machine. The Art of Skinner was featured in Hi-Fructose, Volume 14 in 2010. 

Skinner is largely influenced by 80’s pop culture, the struggle of humanity, and heavy metal. Visit The Cotton Candy Machine for this Friday the 13th opening reception to see Skinner’s original paintings of metal-dressed demons. The exhibition will run from April 13th through May 6th.



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