When you get right down to it, Elder Kinder by Jason Bard Yarmosky is a surprisingly insightful and delightful look into the surprising parallels between being very young and being very old.
Set to open at Like The Spice Gallery this week, the collection features paintings of senior citizens in decidedly humorous and ironic costumes and situations. Instead of being about mocking the elderly, however, Elder Kinder by Jason Bard Yarmosky is instead a celebration of the invincible spirit of childhood that remains throughout one's life.
Elder Kinder by Jason Bard Yarmosky is a Playfully Thoughtful Look at Old Ag
1. Surprising Parallels - Exploring the unexpected similarities between very young and very old age groups.
2. Humorous and Ironic - Using humor and irony to depict senior citizens in artwork.
3. Invisible Spirit of Childhood - Celebrating the enduring playfulness and resilience of individuals as they age.
1. Art and Design - Opportunities for artists to create thought-provoking and playful artworks that challenge societal perceptions of aging.
2. Entertainment - Potential for humorous and ironic narratives in movies, TV shows, and books that shed light on the joy and challenges of growing older.
3. Fashion - Incorporating whimsical and unexpected elements into fashion designs for older consumers, celebrating their sense of humor and individuality.