Illustrator Joshua Gorchov brings to us a group of fellows with the saddest of eyes. His acrylics on wood speak of transition, of loss, of moving on. Although many of his works are commercial, they stand alone to tell their own stories. At first glance the protagonist seems to be one and the same, but a second will explain that these guys may well share some very common conditions. Although the straight lines in these pieces suggest stagnation or immobility, there is always an element of movement to show the existence of choice.
Artist: Joshua Gorchov