"Fantasy in Reality" | Enrique Gomez de Molina

Arthur Roger Gallery

434 Julia St.

March 7 – April 25, 2020

Birdlesque Feather Dancer I

Birdlesque Feather Dancer I
Rooster feathers, ostrich feathers, squirrel fur, pigeon, mixed media
17 1/2 x 14 x 14 inches

Birdlesque Feather Dancer II

Birdlesque Feather Dancer II
Rooster feathers, ostrich feathers, squirrel fur, pigeon, mixed media
17 1/2 x 14 x 14 inches

Blue Boy

Blue Boy
Pheasant feathers, fallow deer antler, dyed goat fur, mixed media
48 x 23 x 23 inches

Guardian

Guardian
Beetle wings, peacock feathers, vintage Persian lamb fur, mixed media
62 x 34 x 36 inches

Inevitable Impact

Inevitable Impact
Rabbit fur, rooster feathers, resin hornbill skull, mixed media
42 x 24 inches left
32 x 24 inches right

McQueen

McQueen
Peacock feathers, pheasant feathers, turkey feathers, rooster feathers, resin hornbill skull, emu feet and mixed media
94 x 14 x 38 inches

Pharaoh

Pharaoh
Goat horns, goat fur, rooster feathers, beetle wings, peacock feathers, mixed media
39 x 12 x 15 inches

Ralph Lauren

Ralph Lauren
Peacock feathers, pheasant feathers, resin parrot beak, mixed media
28 x 25 x 14 inches

Thierry Mugler

Thierry Mugler
Rooster feathers, sea urchin, pigeon feathers, resin parrot legs, cypress knee stand, mixed media
24 x 12 x 12 inches

Venetian

Venetian
Rooster feathers, pigeon feathers, skunk fur, rooster feet, wood cane, mixed media
20 x 7 x 6 inches

Venus

Venetian
Opossum hands and feet, rooster feathers, pigeon feathers, seashell, mixed media
24 x 12 inches

Art Vark

Art Vark
Beetle wings, vintage dyed hyena feet, vintage dyed donkey ears, mixed media
22 x 14 x 55 inches

Press Release

The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition sculpture by Enrique Gomez de Molina.
The exhibition will be on view at Arthur Roger@434, located at 434 Julia Street, from March 7–28, 2020.
The gallery will host an opening reception on Saturday, March 7 from 6–8 pm.

Enrique Gomez de Molina creates an exotic hybrid fauna of flamboyant dancers, mutants, freakish feathered
creatures. Gomez de Molina uses actual taxidermy work to assemble his sculptures. Through his surrealistic
surgical labor, Gomez de Molina pushes an aesthetic paradigm shift about beauty and monstrosity in the ordinary
daily realm while at the same time imposing the bizarre fantasy that comes from devastation.

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