Ian Summers

Last Modified: November 1, 2001

Ian Summers - Prostate Roar
Ian Summers
Stockton, New Jersey

Prostate Roar
Acrylic on board
4 x 7 feet
1998
Catalog No. 45

I was diagnosed with prostate cancer on March 15, 1998.

I was angry.
I was in shock.
I was sad.
I was grieving.
I was scared.
I was a cancer victim.

Since I was unable to travel, I built a studio in my barn and recommitted myself to bringing art into being by drawing on my own experiences. Prostate Roar shows the anger I felt with my diagnosis.

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