Notable Work

About once a week I post 700-1000 word biographies of visual artists. They are frequently, but not always, women and their work was created anywhere from the days of the Italian Renaissance to the height of popularity for Abstract Expressionist work. Continue reading Notable Work

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I have recently started to consider myself a multidisciplinary artist instead of a painter. A large part of this change is because I am, constitutionally, unable to give up on a specific medium which is supposedly  incompatible with the ‘painter’ label. Continue reading

Exit Through The Gift Shop, Part 1

This post is NOT about the 2010 Banksy movie entitled Exit Through The Gift Shop (although if you haven’t seen the movie yet you should.) It is instead about the inequality of museum gift shops – specifically art museum gift shops. I’ve been to an alien museum (Roswell, NM), a wax museum (Wash., DC), a Museum of Osteology (OKC, OK), and the National Museum of … Continue reading Exit Through The Gift Shop, Part 1

primary elections, general elections, special elections, run-off elections …

Today was yet another voting day in Oklahoma City and it is the third time I’ve had to cast a vote for someone since the Presidential election on November 8th, 2016 and, although I am a vocal supporter of carrying out our few but important civic duties, I must say all the voting is wearing on me a bit. Continue reading primary elections, general elections, special elections, run-off elections …

Art in the Home

I recently read a blog post from a gallery in Ottawa that was trying to make the argument that having original art is as important as having a bed. The author posted several good reasons to have original art in the home and I fully support the concept of everyone having original art in their homes (#supportlocalartists) and I’m not even going to focus on the absurdity of the blog title which, in it’s entirety is: 13 Reasons Why Original Art In The Home Is As Important As A Bed. Continue reading Art in the Home