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Friday, April 12, 2019

Eric K Lerner...Prints... THREE BONES SOCIETY

Prints By Eric K Lerner

Eleggua's Worlds, Variant 2, etching from At The Crossroads, published by Scarlet Imprint

Le Pendu, Silkscreen, from Three Bones Society Shop

Il Papa, silkscreen, Three Bones Society shop

The World, Ex Libris style etching, Three Bones Society shop

Our Holy Mother Loves Her Fish Children, Silkscreen on Rowlux, Three Bones Society shop

Eric K. Lerner is Three Bones Society’s proprietor and primary artist. In the mid-1990’s he began creating votive pieces for orisha employing mixed media, acrylic, and digital manipulation. Soon, he began working as a graphic designer and illustrator. His clients included the BBC, Science Magazine, IBM, Marriott Corporation and Right Hemisphere. In 1998 he was introduced to the contemporary artworld  in the QuaQuaVersal Minds Exhbition, a three man-show along with Genesis P-Orridge and Raul Canizares, exploring the role of spirituality in contemporary times, at the Clayton Gallery, NYC.  The exhibit was reviewed by the New York Times.  Lerner continued to create new works and exhibited ever since in the U.S., U.k., Europe, Russia, and Australia. By 2004, to focus on using traditional art techniques. He studied Buddhist thangka painting. By 2008, he realized that most of the works that inspired him to pursue the visual arts were old etchings, engravings and woodcuts. He began a formal education in printmaking. His mediums include etching, serigraphy, relief, and a number of avant garde techniques. His work has been featured in two collections from Scarelt Imprint’s XVI and At the Crossroads. His work has been reviewed and written about many times, most notably in Charlotte Rodger’s The Bloody Sacrifice. His 2012 release of a hand-crafted major arcana tarot, Radiant Spleen Tarot, appeared to favorable reviews and sold out. He has work included in the permanent collection of the Museo dei Tarocchi in Bologna. In 2017, he contributed 5 pieces to 1917 Tarot, commemorating the Russian Revolution, an international collaborative exhibition/publication that premiered in St. Petersburgh Russia on October 22, 2017. In 2018, the exhibition traveled to Madrid, Spain.

Lerner has more than a half-dozen book credits as author and had numerous articles and essays published.  He is an ordained priest of Obatala-Ajaguna for more than 22 years. A wide range display of his artwork in different media can be found at: