Balls out jete

Balls Out Jete

Piece description from the artist

I checked out the origin of the expression of Balls Out, and surprisingly, rather than a vulgarity, it comes out of the English Steam Engine Technology. There, rotate two iron balls, and to make this simple, and as they were at full speed, they were said to be "Going Balls Out."
As I worked on the piece, I began to see a leaping, hurling figure ~ from the ballet ~ and the word Jete came to mind. RG

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About Richard Green

Eden Prairie, MN

Richard Green holds a Bachelor's degree in music and art history from the University of Minnesota, and a commercial art certificate from The Hennepin County Technical College. The 35mm camera he received for his seventh birthday was probably the catalyst which would eventually lead to a career in art direction and graphic design. He is a self-taught watercolor artist and oftentimes combines a variety of mediums, including a computer to achieve the effects he desires.

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