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Nighttime

“I find it so much easier to be creatively free at night. Daytime is for sleeping. Nighttime is the best time for making art. The later at night it gets the further into another world you go.” ― Mark Ryden  ♥

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Exploration of Lowbrow Art and "Devil May Care Vulgarity"

(Robert Williams) Even though the term “lowbrow” was coined during the mid 1990’s(we’ll get there) by Robert Williams, the roots of the movement, also known as pop surrealism, go back decades to Southern California hotrods called“Kustom Kars” and surf culture. … Continue reading

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“When I was a child in school my teachers would wonder why my drawings of dogs would have their intestines showing or why my self portraits had a third eye. They disapproved, but I got a lot of support from … Continue reading

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The Art of Patience.

Patience is a virtue I could probably work on(temperance comes in a close second).  Often times, if something doesn’t feel right I usually want to yank the reins and fix it. Like now. Immediately. 10 minutes ago.  But that isn’t … Continue reading

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