Valerie Hegarty

15 06 2017

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Valerie Hegarty. I love her work. Its filled with ideas. She rejects the 18th and 19th century glorification of American Manifest Destiny. And reinterprets that political agenda with the “now”, with ‘reality’. And the destruction of these representative pieces of work are beautiful in themselves. Or maybe I just enjoy sitting around a camp fire. And watching the wood burn.

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Ironing out the wrinkles…

15 06 2017

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Ironing out the wrinklesby David Halliday

reality for human beings is a blind consensus, something we learn and something we are limited by our senses. But the mind feels the walls.

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Paul Cadden

15 06 2017

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Hyperrealism by Paul Cadden.

“Although the drawings and paintings I make are based upon a series of photographs video stills etc, The art created from the photo is used to create a softer and much more complex focus on the subject depicted, presenting it as a living tangible object. These objects and scenes in my drawings are meticulously detailed to create the illusion of a new reality not seen in the original photo.” Paul Cadden.

I like Cadden’s work. But I feel that its being presented as an athletic accomplishment.

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Martial Raysse

15 06 2017




Ms. Peel

15 06 2017

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Ms Peelby David Halliday

She’s my version of the Lisa Mona.

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Sara Scaramelli

15 06 2017




you smug little Canadian…

15 06 2017

...you smug little Canadian