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Found objects, repurposed, recycled, upcycled materials. Assemblage, Collage, Sculpture, Mixed Media, etc.Inspired use of ordinary materials to make something Extra-ordinary.See More
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Happy Families and Ideal Homes - Jack The Lad.

He's a bit, 'Jack The Lad'.Pen and Ink on Paper.H 21cm x W 15cm.
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The Explorer's Tales 9 - The Travellers Inn.

Pen and Ink on Paper.21cm x 15cm
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College / University
Various Colleges, Universities.
Program / Degree
Various courses and programs, some art related some not.
Member type
Artist, Other
If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Conceptual, Digital, Drawing, Painting, Photography, Video
I am...
I am an Earthling. I am laughing like a drain at everything, including my own trials and tribulations. Sometimes I even guffaw at other peoples interpretations of my life & work while meeting my existential nightmares head on with a big fat belly laugh. No matter where I am I will only occupy the same volume of space. I am always hoping for Peace in the world but regularly find myself being disappointed.
About my artwork
Exploring the realms of creative ineptitude from the anal-retentive to the cack-handed and in the process trying to take bad art to new lows. Looking for comedy in tragedy and the tragic in the comedic. Colliding Signs and Signifiers in a metaphorical accelerator in the hope of discovering new meanings in my work and ideas, often these works are produced in series or narrative form, (I love a good story). I take nothing and everything seriously. I also like to explore, Naqö̀yqatsi - Life as War, exploring the Civilized Violence that we see all around.
Life is a dichotomy. Humanity is a conundrum.

Slide Show - Happy Families & Ideal Homes:-

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Artists I like
"Painting isn't dead, it just smells funny"

Outsider Art and Artists. Naive Art, Art Brut, DADA, Absurdism, Fluxus, Interventionist Art, Viennese Actionists, Situationists/Situationism, Iconoclasm/Iconoclasts, Music Concrete, Kitsch to Propaganda Art, Stuckism and Anti-Stuckism, Avant-Garde to Pop, Cal Schenkel, Paul McCarthy, John Cage, Miroslav Tichý, Laurie Anderson, Marcel Duchamp, Captain Beefheart, Barbara Kruger, Philip Guston, Don Van Vliet, Fred Frith, Martin Kippenberger, Gerald Scarfe, John Cage, John Keane, Lee Friedlander, Man Ray, John Zorn, Cindy Sherman, Peter Howson, Joan Eardley, Ralph Steadman, Rembrandt, Gerhard Richter, Uta Barth, Robert Crumb, Jeff Wall, Joseph Kosuth, Peter Blake, William Blake, Banksy, Massive Attack, Goya, Otto Dix, John Bellany, Komar & Melamid, Steve Reich, Max Beckmann, David Lynch, Richard Dadd, Jonas Burgert, Francis Picabia, David McClure, Jock McFadyen, Oskar Kokoschka, James Ensor, Philip Glass, Jean Rustin, Paul Delvaux, Max Ernst, Paula Rego, Laurel and Hardy, Gilbert and George, Frank Zappa, Robert Rauschenberg, Rubens, Lucian Freud, Francis Bacon, Stanley Spencer, Balthus, Picasso, Bruce Nauman, Hans Bellmer, Giorgio Morandi, Ren & Stimpy, Giorgio De Chirico, Hannah Hoch, René Magritte, David Hockney...You

Fresco restoration by Cecilia Giménez:- http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-19349921

What Makes "Bad" Art Good:- https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-bad-art-good

Robert and Roberta Smith:- http://www.utne.com/community/when-bad-art-is-good
Some interests:
Space hoppers as a form of everyday transport. Laughing at the wrong moments in movies when at the cinema. Pointing and laughing at politicians in public, (then walking away still laughing). Making up happy endings to Kafka's unfinished works. Making all sorts of artistic and subversive interventions in work or in public. Embracing serendipity and happenstance whenever these things present themselves. I enjoy new experiences and trying out new things. My main position is sitting, but sometimes I like to stand and I am also interested in working (painting, drawing and photography) whilst on a bouncy castle or trampette, I prefer a bouncy castle as it is a kind of grand statement in itself. I like dancing in public places as if I am alone and no one is watching. I also enjoy pulling silly faces in crowded places and watching peoples reactions (I also like watching Gurning Competitions). I enjoy music and live events but I also enjoy solitude and silence (silence being the canvas that music is painted upon)I am interested in art, music, films and books. I'm also interested in watching and feeding the wild visitors in my garden.
I also like a good joke. "Knock, Knock"
What exhibitions are good at the moment?
What exhibitions are good at the moment? Yours?
The Turner Prize.

War Is Coming

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When Bad Art is Good.

Posted on June 8, 2017 at 9:16

Brexit will spell the end of British Art

Full article by Bob and Roberta Smith here:-


"Post-Brexit, we face a dissolution of our museums and galleries comparable in its devastation to that visited on England in the 1530s, as philistine politicians slash budgets. Art schools and the arts in schools will be further diminished in a wave of manufactured disdain for so-called elitists. The only people in the arts set to benefit from Brexit are the auction houses, which are poised to sell off publicly owned collections to the world’s super-rich at cut prices. Local authorities facing huge bills for social care are looking to their assets to fill funding gaps. Already, Croydon council has sold its holdings of ancient Chinese ceramics, Northampton museums sold an Egyptian sculpture of Sekhemka and Walsall council threatened to close its New Art Gallery. Our weak pound only makes our treasures more affordable to oligarchs. . ." - Bob and Roberta Smith.

Posted on May 12, 2017 at 23:33

Happy Families & Ideal Homes

Posted on May 4, 2017 at 18:30

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At 19:46 on May 30, 2017, Cora de Lang said…

hola nuevamente !!


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