• Size: 24'' x 24'' x 1.5''
  • Medium: Acrylic on wood panel 
  • Year of completion: 2021

 

Jason Gerard is neurologist and protagonist in the Broadway play “Agamemnon.”He studies neuroplasticity in great white sharks. He travels around the Horn of Africa in his kayak twice a year. He is based out of Atlanta, Georgia and loves pot de creme. 

Jason Gerard

$2,500.00Price
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