When I walk around the cities of Cuba it’s like experiencing an enormous art gallery. The colors, sounds and visuals are of massive abundance. The distressed walls make for wonderful abstracts. The architecture is astounding with a level of construction no longer possible. The cars still remind us of a time when America had a very unique style.


This painting consists of a 57 Chevy, a glass of rum and coke, the bat logo, a cartoonish woman from the 30’s and at far left the words Cuba Libre (rum and coke)

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The Bacardi Building is a most spectacular well preserved deco building in Havana. Absolute treasure of architecture, it stands proudly towering over Havana near the Capitol building. The smallest of details grabbed my attention when I spotted the logo on the door handle inside the building.

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