Henry documents social and political issues through his paint and brush. He developed his own surrealistic style while attending Southeastern Community College, but his ability to create as an artist was his own and has been mainly self-taught. He believes his greatest influence was work by the painting master Salvador Dali. Henry states that he, “took up Dali’s surrealist eye and updated the content with that of today” so the viewer can understand issues of a modern society.
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