Self Portrait as Superman | A digital complement to LLYN FOULKES
In 1997, Foulkes moved from his family home in Topanga Canyon to the Brewery Arts Complex east of downtown Los Angeles. The Brewery, where Foulkes still resides, would be where his infamous work “The Awakening” (1994-2012) would be worked on and off for the next fifteen years.
The Brewery Art Colony began in 1903 and was first the Edison Electric Steam Power Plant, later used as a Pabst Blue Ribbon brewery, and years later finally converted into the now artist lofts. Hundreds of artists currently call the Brewery home and tours are available year-round for the public to experience their creative live-work spaces.
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