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story.lead_photo.caption Byron Werner touches up a mosaic of Josephine Baker during his regular Friday session at Starving Artist Cafe. - Photo by Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / CHEREE FRANCO

You know the part in Poltergeist where a little girl bolts awake as supernatural mist curls from the blank TV screen? What about the iconic scene in Titanic where Jack and Rose “fly,” arms outstretched, at the ship’s prow?

Photo by CHEREE FRANCO / Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
From one perspective, Werner’s H.P. Lovecraft appears to be a straightforward portrait. From another, the horror author appears skeletal and grotesque. Werner also does a lot of mandalas.

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Style, Pages 49 on 09/01/2013

Print Headline: Subgenius cutup

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