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2014 Winter Blog  
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11/15/14 Posted 11/15/14

ANCIENT WARRIOR TORSO PROJECT - Commentary By Robert Curcio; “They are direct castings of an actual person which gives it history and a sense of familiarity to the viewer. By placing it at the same height as the person, the viewer has a physical relation to the piece. Also, it’s not idealized or a bland generic mannequin or a freak - it’s me, the viewer. The viewer could be having a conversation with this "person" or knows someone just like that. These are all points that mak... [more]

世界近代艺术史61 陈源初著  
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11/14/14 Posted 11/14/14

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Lust, Lecherousness, and Love  
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11/11/14 Posted 11/11/14

Peter Clothier's scurrilously witty new novel "The Pilgrim's Staff" explores lust, lecherousness, and love through the voices of two men from two disparate centuries. David Soames, a contemporary figurative painter living as an ex-pat in Los Angeles, receives a curious package in the mail from an English cousin. Wrapped in layers of tape and memory is the two hundred year-old journal of an English gentleman, who begins his tale with the words"I am no Rake!" "Rake" is a wonderfully antiquat... [more]

Art + Design Store  
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11/10/14 Posted 11/10/14

David Perea: Art, Design & Photography Delivery available around the World Available Products T-Shirts & Hoodies Stickers iPhone Cases & Skins Galaxy Cases & Skins Posters Throw Pillows Tote Bags Duvet Covers Mugs Photographic Prints Art Prints Framed Prints Canvas Prints Metal Prints Cards iPad Cases & Skins Laptop Skins [more]

Silver Sprocket Interview  
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11/7/14 Posted 11/7/14

http://tumblr.silversprocket.net/post/83542249140/aside-from-being-in-our-as-you-were-2-and-3 Aside from being in our As You Were #2 and #3 punk-comics zines, Adrian plays in bands, has comics in Razorcake and possesses the skills to stay fed post-collapse as a punk rock farmer. Read the interview! Ion: How did you get pulled into the mess that is As You Were? Adrian Chi: I got pulled into the beautiful mess that is As You Were by being a part of the Razorcake community. They are kind enou... [more]

Bite the Cactus #5 Review  
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11/7/14 Posted 11/7/14

By Todd TaylorFriday, July 27 2012 Bite the Cactus is a mini-comic penned by Adrian Chi. Adrian’s storytelling is akin to the cacti and succulents she admires. Her drawings are sparse and direct, but bloom under harsh conditions. #5 is the darkest BTC yet and I think, as a continuum of her work, shows depth and shadow to what is usually a very uplifting comic. But what hasn’t changed is Adrian’s honesty. She has to walk the very uncomfortable tightrope of connecting with distant fami... [more]

世界近代艺术史60 陈源初著  
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11/6/14 Posted 11/6/14

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How to Find the Best Photography Agency in London?  
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11/6/14 Posted 11/6/14

Photography is becoming more and more popular in these days. There are lots of occasions, where you need a photography session. It helps in capturing the best moments of the life which are never coming moments. In the corporate world, if there is any event going on, then also there is a need of photographic session as it helps in providing us very precious information in the form of photography. So, in any of the event, you cannot just neglect the photographic part. For the photography session, if... [more]

Past Time - The Morning News  
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11/4/14 Posted 11/4/14

Past Time Geoffry Smalley Read the artist Q&A Aiding a Comrade, Outside Candlestick Park (Frederic Remington), 2013 Interview by Rosecrans Baldwin In the hands of painter Geoffry Smalley, the business and madness of modern sports appear, through subtle augmentation, in classics of American art. Geoffry Smalley is an artist living and working in Chicago. Smalley has an MFA degree from the Art Institute of Chicago and a BFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago. His work has been shown in solo and group presentations throughout Illinois and the Great Lakes region. &l... [more]

Daily Serving - Fan Mail, Geoffry Smalley  
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11/4/14 Posted 11/4/14

Fan Mail: Geoffry Smalley Geoffry Smalley’s work is rooted in early-19th-century American painting, deriving specific scenes and techniques from historical canvases and the Hudson River School. In 1836, painter Thomas Cole completed his five-part series The Course of Empire. The series documents Cole’s vision for the birth, life, and death of western civilization, from the pastoral to the desolate. Cole had a calculated optimism for life and renewal, but also a deep pessimism that civilized huma... [more]

Daily Serving - Fan Mail, Geoffry Smalley  
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11/4/14 Posted 11/4/14

Fan Mail: Geoffry Smalley Geoffry Smalley’s work is rooted in early-19th-century American painting, deriving specific scenes and techniques from historical canvases and the Hudson River School. In 1836, painter Thomas Cole completed his five-part series The Course of Empire. The series documents Cole’s vision for the birth, life, and death of western civilization, from the pastoral to the desolate. Cole had a calculated optimism for life and renewal, but also a deep pessimism that civilized huma... [more]

Other People's Pixels Interviews Geoffry Smalley  
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11/4/14 Posted 11/4/14

OtherPeoplesPixels Interviews Geoffry Smalley Paper Tiger 2013 Graphite on Paper, Cut Paper OverlayAccording to GEOFFRY SMALLEY, "to understand the history of American team sports is to understand our national development." To this end, he thoughtfully and humorously examines the "Big Three" (baseball, football and basketball) in painting, drawing, collage and sculpture. Painting on top of existing reproductions, he injects sports arenas into famous Hudson River School landscapes and mashes up team uniforms and mascots w... [more]

Other People's Pixels Interviews Geoffry Smalley  
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11/4/14 Posted 11/4/14

OtherPeoplesPixels Interviews Geoffry Smalley Paper Tiger 2013 Graphite on Paper, Cut Paper OverlayAccording to GEOFFRY SMALLEY, "to understand the history of American team sports is to understand our national development." To this end, he thoughtfully and humorously examines the "Big Three" (baseball, football and basketball) in painting, drawing, collage and sculpture. Painting on top of existing reproductions, he injects sports arenas into famous Hudson River School landscapes and mashes up team uniforms and mascots w... [more]

世界近代艺术史59 陈源初著  
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11/3/14 Posted 11/3/14

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Lucy and the Poacher  
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11/3/14 Posted 11/3/14

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Lucy and the Poacher  
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11/3/14 Posted 11/3/14

Lucy looks the worse for wear, she is non weirht bearing in her right back leg. The keeper tried to hide her bullwhip . Terrible after 35 years lucy is going to break out? Still no boots or winter coat appears to be ccoming. I think II'l knit some snow pants, Maybe someone could do the fronts and I;ll do the back. Lucy most likely was in PTSD when brought in, after the death of her parents.Most likely she has no knowledge or unferstanding that she is an elephant, but if you saw the circus elephan... [more]


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