Malcolm T. Liepke – Recent Paintings at Arcadia Contemporary

by Matthew Innis |

When Malcolm Liepke worked as an illustrator, he felt like a square peg being forced into a round hole.  The restrictions placed upon him by the business left him unable to do the art he really wanted to do;    great art, after all, is never created by committees, and committees are unavoidable in the business of…

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