Monday, October 31, 2011

Thursday, October 27, 2011

I love this painting.

I did a remake of this painting by Picasso. I am going to post it a soon as I get to a scanner

Tuesday, October 25, 2011


Allen Ruppersburg
Gabriel Kuri
Guy Ben-Ner
Brad Adkins
Michael Bowley
Jeremy Deller
Phil Collins
Kenneth Goldsmith
Harrel Fletcher


I work a bit like the Bible, where the doctrine is pronounced in symbolic form, presenting a double aspect ...; it's the sense literal, superficial, figurative, mysterious of a parable.--Paul Gauguin to Andre Fontainas, August 1899

Modernism is art about art. Whereas all of the great art in history is art about life.

"In fact, originality of methods takes precedence over everything else. If something has been done before, or is derivative in any way of anything that was done before, it thereby loses value proportionate to those similarities. In such a "through the looking glass" world, every would-be "artist" is placed in the untenable position of trying to create an entirely new art form in order to be considered relevant.

The sheer glaring reality is that nothing could be more imprisoning, binding, restricting, chaining and shackling than the impossible limitations of modernism and post-modernism, that remove from the would be artist every tool (including training) that could give them the ability to create great works of art. The simple truth is that each and every one of us is capable of thinking of something that has never been done before. Does that make it worth doing and the work of genius?"
 that so many seemingly intelligent people have been so easily snookered by the tongue twisting, convoluted, illogic of modernist rhetoric.  Clearly for many people it is more important to feel that they are some part of an elitist in-group that is endowed with the special ability to see brilliance where most people see nothing and are afraid to say so. Since most people aren't devoted or educated in fine art, they have successfully intimidated the bulk of humanity into cowering away in silence, feeling foolish for their inability to understand. By having successfully gained control of the institutions of higher learning and the major museums of the world, they have been able to perpetuate their fiction under the guise and force of their power and credentials. The average person shrinks away from believing the reality of their own senses in the face of seemingly overwhelming numbers of people in this 20th century "establishment" who authoritatively dictate what is great art and what they should be seeing.
"If you take the time to understand Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism, Colorfield, Pop-art, Op-art etc. you will find clever con game perpetrated by a sophisticated gang of public relations experts that figured out a great tactic to make millions."

Monday, October 24, 2011

Really Funny Old Photo

What do these have incommon?

Why do these pictures move me?

theres some kind of weird dramatization about the people in the images right?

Hair Project

When I made this booklet I didnt think about how I was taking my photos so its good for future booklets  I make to remember to take landscape only or portrait only photos. Its a combo of magazine borders with photo editing and word text and photos of hairstyles me and my sister tried out.

1st Critique

Monday, October 17, 2011

New Project

This is the second project I am working on, I sketched this little figure last night. It is a mix of shapes, leafy shapes, and human teeth. 

Sunday, October 16, 2011


showed us how fast we can evolve....Les Demoiselles d'Avignon...we are watching them watching us...