Otto Lange hesitates to describe his work as art in the current climate wherein everything can be considered art. He defines his self-imposed set of parameter simply as a respect to craftsmanship, chemistry, and aesthetic beauty. ‘I don’t have much of a religious, political, social or moral agenda’, he maintains. ‘I change my mind too often to stick with any one philosophy’. His paintings depict the absurdities he perceives in everyday life. They are exhibited across the United States.