The Museum of Ridiculously Interesting Things

Facial hypertrichosis (1970) by Tony Fomison. Oil on canvas. Private collection.

Art and monsters are two of my all-time favorite things, so I’m in (weird, twisted) heaven when the two things combine. A strange, hairy beast lurks inside the soul of New Zealand artist Tony Fomison – head over to the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa blog to read my full post about his remarkable paintings of hairy beasts.

What does your inner monster look like? For New Zealand painter Tony Fomison (1939–1990) it was a creature drenched in darkness, his face covered in wolfish hair. Art curator Chelsea Nichols explains more.

via Tony Fomison’s inner werewolf — Te Papa’s Blog

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