Moss was never so winsome and wild
as in this fetchingly wall-eyed portrait by John Sowley.
It's his first time exhibiting at Arts Upstairs and we hope
to see more.
luck! another charmed painting by Sowley that
just might be the Mt. Rushmore of good American eating, "Madison
Avenue Girls". John is an octogenarian 1.5 - think
how many pancake breakfasts that comes out to.
recognize the 3 ladies on the left but the verdict is still
out on the fourth. Any ideas? email
you best guess to Art Safari Dave
R. Spitz is another elder artist showing for the
first time at TAU.
6 is a penetrating pointilist painting of the horrors
of war, something Tibor has had first hand experience with.
Tibor's Debate #1
see a light hearted forest nymph dancing and intertwining with
the wild spirits of nature.
you believe as I do that art has the magic power to heal wounds,
even wounds of war? If so, please send your peace drawings to
George W. Bush.
Achstater advises "Leave your baggage
at the door"
carries no fussy old academic art school baggage and takes wild
liberties with human anatomy that border on teratogenesis, but
crisply delivers the message anyway. The lady has obviously
been a lot of places but only her naked self may enter the room.
is going on with her finger in the keyhole anyway?
attractive found object montage "Strange and
the Stranger" by Jud Eden highlights
The Stranger, a wildly popular news
weekly in Oregon and a drop of New York's Village Voice.
Times: are ya listenin'?
painted "Grand Army Plaza". It features
among other wild things a 12 foot tall
inflatable polyethelene nuclear cooling tower that pumps up
with exhaust from a car.
did this a few years ago in front of the Capitol in Washington
DC and black limos with tinted windows kept slowly driving by.
I was not arrested. Do not try this today.
Hopkins Jr. adoringly portrays two fat and glossy mating
trout in "Trophy Browns."
and Roe are beginning to flow. Mr. and Mrs. Brown are rippling
the water in a wild orgasmic arching
facial expressions are also quite evocative.
Gann has been creating these wonderful goddess-like
figures for a long time, but has never shown in a gallery before.
is "Woman Free #3" Didn't Sparrow
see a cloud in the shape of this scuplture floating over Phoenicia?
hardwood is transformed into a wild buoyant,
flamboyant perfection of yummy female pulchritude.
Male Delivery" comes in a nice pen and ink package
from Bruce Ackerman
you're in the wild forest primeval this
kind of thing is likely to happen.
always nice when mere mortals mingle with demi-gods like Pan.
I wonder who plays the guitar?
Fraser turns oil paint into a chilling, burning,
sooty terror in "Clear Skies?"
find it wild that this is Chance's
fourth oil painting in his life.
All I said was "Let them eat cake"
Kislin's title says almost everything about this
wildly rustic, yet highly functional
a blast of color, Jim C. gives a wild
impression of "Sunset on Overlook Mountain"
you have never been up to the firetower on Overlook, you must
give it a try. I will remember this painting the next time
I go there.
is Mathew Pokoik's photo he took in Japan which
just goes to show that people are wild
everywhere you go...
you were looking at this page, I was out in the wilds