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Just run up the steps, break right at the top and hide by the ledge.One dog will follow you, which you can easily kill." is currently on view at Madrid's Galería Javier López. "I was familiar with a lot of those paintings when they came out and they're still, you know, really really cool," Parker said. Although stylistically Parker's current exhibition is all over the map -- and yet, undeniably all his own -- the subject matter is slightly easier to pin down."I think I'm always trying to paint swimming holes," he explained."I guess making paintings for me is about responding to living," painter Erik Parker explained to The Huffington Post. It's like a broken narrative in response to what it means to be a human being." Parker's massive canvases contain all the abrasive colors and warped wanderings of an hour wasted on the internet, only instead of leaving your head numb and buzzing, they provide a strange sort of clarity, as if you'd gone on a hike.Most often, they depict the most unnatural nature-scapes you've ever seen, with pink swampy waters, Seussian trees gone awry and flowers plucked straight from your uncle's party shirt. " Saul's influence is certainly evident in Parker's newest series, a super-sized travel brochure for a flattened landscape dwelling somewhere between your television screen and a hallucinatory trip."Searching for swimming holes is something I always like to do.I haven't really questioned it or thought about it too much.
I then tried to run and jump to do the midair attack against him, but failed horribly and got struck by him.
Call it a cheese tactic, but it got results (after about 5 tries by myself trying to fight the demon and 2 dogs like a man). As long as you keep using the stairs he can be super easy.
If your lucky you might even get a chance to drop attack him.
Whenever I walked by with the kids I would point it out. In all that time I don't think anything went on in there. But there were times when I wouldn't bother with that section of the avenue at all. Last March I was going around town with donation cans for the Feast for the Arts fundraiser in Turners.
I put one in Equi's and asked about the little space just out of curiousity.