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Unlike yours. Keep up the good work
it’s a new trend
Far, very far from yours!
Where’s the gallery and where can we buy these paintings? [grin]
ha ha ha!!! puts the emotions of the day in perspective….to put it on the canvas!
The work reminds me of Warhol, but without the optimism of the 60′s & 70′s. The artist speaks of a world of pessimism & loss. He could be the first great artist of the 22nd century.
Or it could be trash. Who can really tell?
In what way does it lack confidence? It boldly states its intentions without crass, overstated, over used, adjective, objective, overblown high flutent verbage that really states the nonsensical cause for which this artist is truely all about.
Very nice! What’s up with the many art related cartoons lately?
I appreciate it, but I wonder why.
hey that’s true, I have been drawing a lot of art-related cartoons lately, haven’t I? It might be because I’ve been watching the excellent Art-21 series on PBS. You can watch full episodes online!
I love it.
From a disatified artists no doubt
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