Zane Prindle's work attempts to invoke raw emotion, thoughts, and memories through the use of bold colors, dynamic/fluid strokes, symbolism, and geometry. His creations often convey a strong feeling of visual motion and flow. He enjoys working with the human figure; it's one of his favorite tools to express the trials and triumphs of the human condition; to display those moments of pure ecstasy, and those of total devastation. It's possible that Zane's work may produce more questions than it answers! What does it mean to be human? What connects (or separates) the mundane from the divine? That's for you to decide!