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Ok, my wife and I went into a shop and she saw this painting. She liked it and I wasn't really sure what to make of it. So we ended up getting it. I still don't know what to make of it. I was wondering if the painter (John Hester) is even known and what the painting means.

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It is odd.  Makes me think of past & future

He is a "self taught" artist - meaning no formal training, per se, When an artist like this does work, it generally will not be included in art date bases.

I did find his page though - here ya go: http://folsomarts.org/members/john-hester/

That may or may not be the same John Hester. The signature looks quite different, but some artists change their signature over time. You're in luck - there's an email in the link vicki gave you and you can ask if he did it.

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