P-Jay Fidler’s work takes the familiar and seeks to re-contextualize it to create non linear narratives. What results is a conversation about the impermanent and circular nature of life, the ultimate death that confronts every person and the physical, tangible ephemera that we create in our wake. Dealing with creation, existence, absence, and transformation, his imagery ranges from the surreal to the ambiguous. Born in a small farming community in central California, Fidler left to attend and graduate from the Art Center College of Design and now works and lives in Los Angeles. His work has appeared in a number of publications including SPIN and PLAYBOY magazine, and he has been shown in galleries all over the country.