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John Brosio was born in Pasadena, California and received a BFA from University of California at Davis. Prior to that he attended Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. The tornado in his work represents a perfect blend of mythology and science. He find it easy to imagine it being alive and unpredictable, to view it as a god or agent thereof. One sees this mile high banshee choosing certain targets and skipping others like a jittery reaper. Being witness to the birth, entire life, death, and interim behavior of a tornado was for Brosio witnessing a creature greater than human and hearing the footfall of a giant. And akin to a human, after all the wonder and speculation, it is returned to a mass of animated dust.
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Well, I sure as hell wouldn't be standing there looking at that tornado. In fact I'd be long gone :-)


I don't think I would be standing that close to the tornado either. Lovely painting however

I wouldn't be standing and looking at it - it would be gone!!!! Great painting thanks oynot.


I hope this may help you @M_J_Wigger ;

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I'm sorry that I bookmarked this tornado because it is art! I thought it was real! Now I don't know how to get it out of my bookmarks!

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