Splendor In the Grass Society™2005-10

Boxed Green for Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

By the Cabin, for Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Green Couple Building Chairs, for Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Green Grass Little Girl, for Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Green Waters (diptych with green photo panel signed by Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker), for Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Spleen In Green, for Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

View Paper, for Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Green Waters & signatures detail (diptych with green photo panel signed by Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker), for Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Two Clydes, for Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2005-10

Bonnie and Clyde Group Photo, for Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2005-10

top floor installation view at Salgadeiras Gallery, Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010
-professional grass and water, 30's green window, sound

Installation view at Salgadeiras Gallery, Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Installation view at Salgadeiras Gallery, Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Installation view at Salgadeiras Gallery, Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Installation view at Salgadeiras Gallery, Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Installation view at Salgadeiras Gallery, Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Installation view at Salgadeiras Gallery, Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Installation view at Salgadeiras Gallery, Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Installation view at Salgadeiras Gallery, Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Blow Up- Blowed, Splendor in the Grass Society™, 2010

Description

SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS SOCIETY™
presents

splendor in Green

Bonnie Parker wrote most of her poems, while in jail in a little notebook
she had obtained from The First National Bank of Burkburnett, Texas

They don’t think they’re too smart or desperate
they know that the law always wins.
They’ve been shot at before;
but they do not ignore,
that death is the wages of sin.

Some day they’ll go down together
they’ll bury them side by side.
To few it’ll be grief,
to the law a relief
but it’s death for Bonnie and Clyde.

Bonnie Parker, 1931, excerpt from the poem '‘The Trials End’'

For

Galeria das Salgadeiras, Lisbon