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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

My friend's artwork

It is pretty good, you can't even see the numbers!
Bless his angst-filled artist soul... or female drama filled soul-depending on how you look at it. If only he could run away and fight in the Spanish Civil war or be a stover on a tramp steamer.
Anyway, here is the link...
If you want to comment, be sure to use big words like existential or dadistic or avant-garde, or simulacrum which I have no idea the meaning of.
Don't say, "a pet monkey with a paintbrush," or "It's pretty good you can't even see the numbers..." or I don't get it-where is the tree? Those are not encouraging things to say to an aspiring artist.

5 comments:

  1. Didn't leave any comments there. Couldn't quite find the right words. Now if I could frame my drop cloth I could be an artist also.
    ps. I didn't see the tree either.

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  2. No offense to your friend, but Jackson Pollack already framed & sold his drop cloth. I find "Do not cover" aptly named! ("About this work:...acrylic, drop cloth, staple...")
    Bobby: You have to "Be" the tree, then it is everywhere to be seen.

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  3. Perhaps I should mention that he may or may not read this blog. I didn't mean to be harsh. I am more into representational art myself and am a bit of a Philistine in areas of art appreciation. I think it is great stuff and wish him luck. I'm thinking of writing a good review and using lots of big words that I don't understand.
    "The artists expression of a tortured soul though his dadistic interpretation of the postmodern abstract school gives the viewer a vision of the tactical simulacrum of desire vs loss of innocence-but with also with a haunting hint of pre-twentyfirst century nihilism."

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  4. If 'handyman' describes his vocation then this wonderful loose hand and freedom from convention makes all kinds of sense. Repairing and making things for others is kind of constraining if a man delights in chaos. Kind of like it myself.

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  5. "Well, I don't know much about art, but..." (Use your imagination on the blank.)

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