Venus Rising

28 04 2015

Venus Risingby David Halliday





Mark Boellaard

27 04 2015

Boellaard creates collages of the simplest order. They are often photographs with a few small changes. But the changes are everything. And they are amusing. Have a small child look at these collages and they’ll get a kick out of them. They do bring that child out in all of us. Technically they are… elementary. But that is part of their charm.





The Occidental Tourist

27 04 2015

The Occidental Touristby David Halliday





The Bob Hope Classic

26 04 2015

The Bob Hope Classicby David Halliday





Joshua Hagler

26 04 2015

Working for over a decade in the San Francisco Bay Area, Hagler has recently relocated to Los Angeles.  Known mainly for his large-scale semi-figurative canvases, the work has followed a natural evolution in the artists’s personal exploration and anxiety around religious thought and its history.  Since 2006, he has exhibited his paintings and multi-media installations throughout North America and Europe, including several solo exhibitions.  

Self Portrait as the Needed EnemyEasy Boy come on down from them hills says some words seemed lost in abstraction then went on back





Max Bucaille

26 04 2015

I tried to remember if I had ever created anything like Bucaille’s work. I love this work. Versions of this are probably the first collages I discovered. Its as if we have been drawn into another dimension, another reality.

His work started in the 1940s. There is very little info about him except that he was good with numbers. And words. And that he had an obsession with his hair. Losing it. He also was not in shape. Failed to crack the rowing team at Oxford. Although I’m not sure he went to the school. Short sighted in his left eye he had an acute sense of smell.





Quit singing

26 04 2015

quit singingby David Halliday








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