Doktor Thrill is an enigma. Being the autobiographical and fictitious brainchild of retired Arizona State Painting Professor Earl Linderman, Doktor Thrill is a symbol saturated with wealth and a taste for lust and mystery. Constantly seeking passion, thrill, and beauty in Linderman’s fictional fantasy world, there are three women that are often found alongside the Doktor.
Thrill’s entourage of femme fatale includes the blonde Snake Lady, the brunette Blue Angel, and the redhead Lotta Heat. The Plains Art Museum is lucky enough to own pieces featuring Snake Lady and Lotta Heat, which are all bold, color-saturated fantasies of twisted shapes and entangled lovers. Each seen with their own powerful allure and connection to Doktor Thrill, the ladies lead adventures of their own. Snake lady is an experienced pilot and entertainer at a Klub, while Lotta Heat will find herself accompanying Thrill in his Mercedes at the Grand Prix.