Andrea A

7 05 2015

She goes by the name of Andrea A. Her work is exciting. And for one who suffers from vertigo, very upsetting.

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Yes sir. Something is definitely going down.

7 05 2015

Yes sir. Something is definitely going down..by David Halliday





Maria Konstanse Bruun

7 05 2015

Maria Konstanse Bruun. I find her work clever, very funny, and exhilarating.





Joel-Peter Witkin

7 05 2015

Joel-Peter Witkin’s work is disturbing. He seems  obsessed with death, callousness, vulgarity, the bizarre, the freakish. As if there were answers there. I’m not sure what he expected to find. His work is the opposite of Hallmark cards. No. It is the opposite of naive art. It is also curious. And for a brief moment, interesting. Some of it is clever. But it seems overwhelmed by ego. Vanity. If you can get that out of the way, you can enjoy it.





Alfred Wallis

7 05 2015

Alfred Wallis. Child like. Yes. Naive. And fun to look at. Is that good enough to be considered art. There are many accomplished draftsman who are not artists. There is something lacking in their work. Wallis has it. Life. The moment. And even in some of the details he knows what he is depicting. As an artist he has been romanticized quite a bit. And I think the idea of discovering some unknown uneducated genius is a romantic dream of some collectors. I’m beginning to sound too cynical. Check out his work.





The Quinn Twins From Lincoln

7 05 2015

The Quinn Twins from Lincolnby David Halliday