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I Saw Tim Burton’s Retrospective at the MoMA (and it looked…like…THIS!)

April 14, 2010
I Saw Tim Burton’s Retrospective at the MoMA (and it looked…like…THIS!)

I have to confess, I have a real soft spot for Tim Burton.  Perhaps it’s the nostalgia talking, but I have big love for Pee-wee’s Big Adventure, Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands – not to mention Ed Wood and Sleepy Hollow, both of which are among my very favorite films.  Burton has such a distinctive visual style, whether...
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Type Fast, Write Hard, and Leave a Good Looking Blog

March 24, 2010
Type Fast, Write Hard, and Leave a Good Looking Blog

Warning: Goodshit is not safe for work, kids, or judgmental people.  Seriously. GoodShit is Fred Lapides: postroad at hotmail.com.  Fred, as it turns out, isn’t your typical blogger.  He posted a story of mine on his website a few days ago, and the traffic jumped up considerably.  Naturally, I wrote to thank him, and...
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The Long Winter: Work by Davin Watne

March 4, 2010
The Long Winter: Work by Davin Watne

Last week I wrote about Davin Watne’s incredible artwork here.  Because FORTUNE smiles upon us here in the Missouri - Mr. Watne is having an exhibition of his work next week!   It is at the UCM, Mint Gallery in Warrensburg, Missouri – with an opening on March 11th.   The show features sculpture, installation, performance, fashion, and animation – you don’t...
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Pretty colors, on Pretty people

March 1, 2010
Pretty colors, on Pretty people

When I was two, my mother took me and my brothers on a road trip to the country, where she met up with a few friends, and they met up with some other people… While on this trip some woman painted my toddler belly with a big sunflower, using tempera paint, and sent me...
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Eye Candy: Davin Watne

February 24, 2010
Eye Candy:  Davin Watne

Davin Watne is a badass. Mr Watne is an artist whose vision extends into several different mediums, all of which communicate clearly and effectively in his unique visual language.  His screen print, 3-D installation and large scale oil paintings depict the violent aftermath of crashes involving busted, wrecked cars and trucks surrounded by or...
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Eye Candy: Stephanie Dotson

February 17, 2010
Eye Candy:  Stephanie Dotson

I first saw Stephanie Dotson’s work at the Green Door Gallery in 2004.  Stephanie was part of a three woman show titled, “Anemisis”, which featured her framed collage pieces and wall installations.   I walked into the gallery space and was immediately struck by one of her stunning installations  – swirls of paper wafted down to the...
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Eye Candy: Tanya Hastings Gill

February 3, 2010
Eye Candy:  Tanya Hastings Gill

How do I even begin to explain Tanya Hastings Gill’s gorgeous art pieces? Mrs. Gill creates lush landscapes and enigmatic figures using  paper, reflective light, cut paper silhouettes, color (via acrylic paint) and cast shadows in her work.  Her work varies in scale and subject but is consistant in her committment to craftsmanship and exquisite beauty.  Initially, I...
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Eye Candy: Jon Rappleye

January 27, 2010
Eye Candy:  Jon Rappleye

There was a time, not too long ago, when beauty was kind of a bad word to use when describing art.  I have always loved beauty in art and tend to gravitate towards work which embraces it.  Artist Jon Rappleye is not afraid of Beauty with a capital B – his paintings and drawings are...
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Eye Candy: Walton Ford

January 20, 2010
Eye Candy:  Walton Ford

I first saw Walton Ford’s paintings during season 2 of the excellent art documentary series Art:21 on PBS and I have been utterly besotted by his work ever since.  Mr. Ford paints large scale watercolor paintings that are evocative of the works of naturalist John James Auduban  (that is to say, if Auduban had been...
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Eye Candy: Monica Cook

January 13, 2010
Eye Candy: Monica Cook

I first came across images of Monica Cook’s paintings about four years ago,  her work was published in the July 2005 issue of New American Paintings (issue # 58) and - I am not saying this lightly -  it melted my face.   I immediately went to her website www.monicacookart.com to see more examples of her gorgeous art and I was not...
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