Bottom Feeder, Glen Acornn, Left To Rot!

Bottom Feeder, Glen Acornn Left To Rot.

Bottom Feeder, Glen Acornn, Left To Rot!

The miserable quality of Glen Acornn’s life is made public, as he learns that his wife went on a binge eating spree with food that was intended to save him from starvation. Christmas never looked less inviting. Live from the South Pole!

Art Game VI: Andy Warhol Knockoff-15 Minutes of Art

Art Game VI:  Andy Warhol-Knockoff

Art Game VI: Andy Warhol-Knockoff

This is a painting of Andy Warhol @ a cafe entrance on Divisadero Street, San Francisco. I liked the idea of it being more or less street art, not in a museum & not costing several millions of dollars. It’s not signed. Post Mortem would make that a bit of a challenge, even freaky. Calling it a knockoff is a tip of the hat to Jean-Claude Van Damme & to Warhol, since they both did the same thing over & over & over. One was a genre artist, the other is an genre actor. Duplication must be in the wrist & the timing. Makes the term monetize seem rather quaint. Enjoy!

PRINCESS MELITA BONAPARTE PLEADS FOR TWINKIE SHIPMENT!

PRINCESS MELITA BONAPARTE PLEADS FOR TWINKIE SHIPMENT!.

PRINCESS MELITA BONAPARTE PLEADS FOR TWINKIE SHIPMENT!

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Art Game V/The Rose: Created by Jay Defeo

THE ROSE BY JAY DEFEO

THE ROSE BY JAY DEFEO

……………………………………………………………………………….This monumental painting by artist Jay Defeo is one of the most astonishing & spiritually moving works of art I have ever experienced in my life. I first became aware of it several years ago by taking a class called Women In Art History, City College, San Francisco. It’s history of having to be removed from an apartment here in San Francisco, due to the eviction of the artist & the story of having the bay window that was it’s original backdrop setting removed & a crane used to hoist it to the street-level moving van added to my intrigue of the work. I was impressed by the photographs I had seen & by what I had read about the struggles of the artist. But NOTHING, NOTHING at all could have prepared me for the emotional & spiritual experience of seeing it in real life, real time, minus the bay window that was it’s original backdrop. Much has been written about this work. The only thing I can add, with a tone of urgency is: Please, take the time to see this for yourself while it is back in San Francisco, at the Museum of Modern Art. It is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Photography can certainly show you what it looks like, but you need to experience this in person, as an active viewer, in order to be fully overwhelmed. My paltry words do not do it justice, not at all!

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