Empty Road (1988, Columbus Museum of Art; silkscreen). Finster rarely left an inch of open space in his compositions, such as this print filled with evangelistic messages comparing the roads to Heaven and Hell.
Coca Cola and Big Coke at the Anton Haart Gallery. Finster was particularly fond of Coca Cola and developed much of his art around a Coke theme, such as these five-foot tall wooden cutouts. He was eventually commissioned by the Coca Cola company to create works directly for the firm.
So, Theresa: tell us what Howard Finster's art means to you.