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A look at artists who have shaped the Phoenix art scene Michele Bledsoe and I are honored to be included
BEN LEWIS: Who Put the “Con” in Contemporary Art? From a few years, but a good description of some of the dubious practices that fuel the contemporary art market. I do not agree with his observation suggesting regulation is needed (why is more statist intervention the solution for everything?), but more transparency would help. The…
How Tolkien’s faith informed his art. The piece makes a good point regarding the earthiness of Tolkien hobbit protagonists, who love their simple joys. In a story filled with powerful kings, warriors and wizards, the greatest heroes are the small, humble, rustic folk. The respect Tolkien pays to to the hobbits, the many examples of…
A blog post on “Dowager: Playing the Empress” Richard Bledsoe “Dowager: Playing the Empress” acrylic on canvas 20″ x 16″ SOLD
Could this be the remains of some sort of art project?
Described as America’s first true avant-garde. The Ashcan School of the early 1900’s favored an anti-academic art of the people, like Remodernism does today.
A nice article about the gallery where Michele Bledsoe and I will be showing in February. DOWNTOWN DEVIL: Obliq Gallery Brings A New Option to the Arizona Center
It did always strike me as a strange way to try to shoot yourself-in the chest, not directly at any vital organs. Two authors suggest it was a case of manslaughter at best. It would fit Vincent’s gentle, resigned nature at the time to protect some youngsters who had their whole lives ahead of them.…
REASON: The Bluesman as Entrepreneur I can see an analogy in the underground arts movements percolating today. The Remodernist artist does not bemoan the obstacles and lack of opportunities faced. Instead with a combination of technology, innovation and drive, the Remodernist artist creates his own opportunities.