Posted: Oct 07 2015
Denis Babin does not consider himself a painter, yet his work is as original as the crack in the Liberty Bell. Born and raised in Philly as the son of a union plumber, hard work and American heritage are the fundamental foundations on which Dennis's work stand. A lengthy list of accolades and highly sought after paint jobs can be attributed to his period correct aesthetic, accomplishing precisely what many try and very few attain.
The subtle Native American influence including the Indian he keeps in his quiver of bikes reach far beyond the middle of the century, leading us to believe we have only just seen the beginning of a large body of great work from Denis Babin.