Carl J. Sukenick

 “I hope that people love it as much as I love making it, ” Carl J. Sukenick on making art.

Carl cites his late wife Carol as his most important influence. Carl also finds inspiration in classical music, Dario Argento, any of the Frankenstein and Dracula movies even Seven Brothers; Japanese monsters Godzilla, Mothra, Gappa, Roden; Mothlight by Stan Brakhage; painter Claude Monet; kung fu films; Italian zombie movies at 42nd street theaters, "at these theaters you used to see movies like Doctor Butcher M.D., City of the Walking Dead, and City of the Dead."

His favorite songs to listen to while making visual art include March of the Wooden Gladiators, William Tell Overture, Blondie's Heart of Glass, and Baby Love by Diana Ross and the Supremes.