As a two year old runs to the door in greeting, her father, Sapp, walks out of his workshop with a big smile. His trademark mohawk is relaxed and his demeanor soft; visually unmistakable punk. His family background is in vintage film posters and memorabilia, but he has a huge affinity for toys-- especially those of the Zombie nature. His love for World War II history and tiny soldiers has given him his niche in the art world. And, contrary to rumors of a quiet and shy nature, he has a lot to say-- whether it is about politics "I miss my country" or about the loss of his brother. He's the sweet sensitive kind.
In his bookshelf sits an odd version of the Holy Bible Red Letter Edition; it was a Masonic Cyclopedic Indexed. What the hell? I'm curious.
He admits to being an overly protective father and BTW he's really bad at keeping secrets.
Per his recommendation if he suddenly was to shut up and become secretive, that would indicate a problem. "It would be abnormal to my character."
Currently Sapp's show "When A Good Man Goes To War" is present at the La Luz De Jesus Gallery in Hollywood, Ca.