Category Archives: Visual Art

Political Art has become a Sisyphean tas – wait a minute…

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Needs repeating: Meanwhile, on Morning Joe…

What’s really frightening is there are a lot of Americans who like to see the world burn.   And they vote. UPDATE:  In a response to North Korea’s developement of nuclear weapons, President Donald Trump stated, North Korea best not … Continue reading

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my take on Ghent

The work below was an offshoot from a series of installations I did in 2001.  The ripped and pasted photographs are of the screen cut-out that was installed in one of the windows in the gallery.  The windows faced a … Continue reading

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He’s on the passenger list, Mr Walker

The trading card at the bottom left of the image is that of The Wigwam Village. The coming of the automobile broadened the concepts of recreation and leisure. Unlike travel by train – for decades the most common means of … Continue reading

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my mother, drunk or sober

“‘My country, right or wrong,’ is a thing that no patriot would think of saying except in a desperate case. It is like saying, ‘My mother, drunk or sober.’” – G.K. Chesterton, “The Defendant”

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Contemplating putt-putt; No cash value

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perspective

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