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James Charles, A 333 Conspiracy

Originally posted on SF Bay Arts:
333 Conspiracy at Shooting Gallery Through August 4, 2012 333 Conspiracy is composed of more than 40 ink drawings on U.S. bank notes. The iconic pop characters appropriated and rendered on the bills by artist…

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Originally posted on Scribe Doll:
A ten year-old Italian boy called Federico went to the Tate Modern with his mother.  When he saw Damian Hirst’s formaldehyde-pickled cows, he said, “That’s cruel.  Why didn’t they allow this calf to grow up…

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As Rosie Scibblah might say “Parental Advisory”

Originally posted on Dr. Sketchy's Baltimore:
Photo by Jeff Schock This was Cherokee Rose’s first session posing for Dr. Sketchy’s Baltimore, though not her first for Dr. Sketchy’s. She certainly knew what she was doing. Understandably, new folks always…

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Originally posted on eyecandraw:
Eye Can Draw is a research project that is exploring new drawing possibilities using eye- tracking technology in relation to contemporary printmaking. The research is primarily undertaken within Dundee Contemporary Arts Print Studio. Eye Can Draw…

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Originally posted on ronahope1:
“A painter should begin every canvas with a wash of black, because all things in nature are dark except where exposed by the light.” ― Leonardo da Vinci     “The most beautiful experience we can…

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Originally posted on Chapel Street Community Arts:
Sorry, not had much time to post recently, what with frantically writing funding bids either side of a short family break, but I thought it was worth taking a few minutes to share…

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Originally posted on Anarty:
Cecelia Paredes is my sharp pin today for her originality. The Peruvian artist starts her work by picking a pattern of wallpaper then paints herself into the pattern and then photographs it. I feel there’s a…

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Originally posted on IMAGE OBJECT TEXT:
Jeff Wall, A Sudden Gust of Wind (After Hokusai), 1993 Although referencing other artworks is perhaps most closely associated with the post-modern practices of the 1970s – think Sherrie Levine and Richard Prince in particular…

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40″ by 50″ prints of miniature dioramas? Wow!

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Originally posted on Art by Nancy Farmer:
It’s not enough, simply to have artistic talent. Oh, it may be enough for the painting of beautiful pictures, but artists have to eat, too. One of the hardest parts of making a…

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