Troisieme

15 04 2014

troisiemeSomeday someone will explain this picture to me.

by David Halliday





Judy Garfin

15 04 2014

I’ve never liked paintings of animals. The tigers look like they’re posing. But Judy Garfin’s work is filled with so much detail, color, and creatures that one feels drawn to it, as if it were an abstract.

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The wilderness of our imagination

14 04 2014

The Wilderness of our ImaginationI don’t know what the title means.

by David Halliday





Mark Boellaard

14 04 2014

Boellaard creates collages of the simplest order. They are often photographs with a few small changes. But the changes are everything.

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The pink room was filled with regrets…

14 04 2014

The pink room was filled with regrets..Marilyn Monroe and Lee Harvey Oswald. Both iconic images.

by David Halliday





the little child of Burlington

13 04 2014

The Little Child of Burlingtonthis is  my effort at the ‘madonna and child’ icon.

by David Halliday





Barry Kite

13 04 2014

This is what was written about Barry Kite:

‘After receiving his B.F.A. in film from UCLA, Chicago-born Barry Kite spent the next five years traveling overseas. Returning to the San Francisco Bay area, he wrote and performed his own style of surreal poetry in local coffee houses. Renewing his interest in collage, he combined photographic and hand-coloring techniques to create the foundation of his current work.’

The guy is a self-starter, free enterpriser. And he’s fun.

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the examination of citizen Weiler

13 04 2014

The Examination of Citizen Weiler1984 and Animal Farm had it all wrong. They didn’t take into account short term memory loss.

by David Halliday





Erwan Le Vourch

12 04 2014

Erwan Le Vourch uses both digital and cut and paste for his collages. I think his digital collages are more affective. Although I like the courage to do simple collages, many of these cut and paste collages seem pedestrian. But just when you’re opinion sours you run across a collage that is enlightening and fun. Perhaps it is all subjective.

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The End of World War 2

12 04 2014

The End of World War 2v2








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