Easy Rider 
THE END. Martyrs, rebels, sinners, saints, napping elderly retirees. We can’t predict our earthly death, but it will surely come. Raymond Padrón’s Easy Rider serves as a freeze frame to memorize one last great physical, philosophical exertion. It marks life at the zenith.
With blended associations, Padrón draws from the story of John the Baptist and Peter Fonda’s Captain America character from the 1969 film Easy Rider. Also, with allusions to cheap religious statuary, we behold only the cold artifact.
So we dream. Extreme. Or not.