Bad Art Is Good Art?

Bad Art Is Good Art?

Post by winnar » Wed, 08 Sep 2004 01:29:25


http://www.museumofbadart.org/

  winnard

 
 
 

Bad Art Is Good Art?

Post by Jeffrey Davi » Wed, 08 Sep 2004 01:49:26

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> http://www.museumofbadart.org/

My mother went through a paint-by-numbers craze in the late 50s. Two of
her paintings and a magazine rack went with her nearly everywhere for 20
years or so. Horrible colors. Infantile brush strokes. Static
compositions. Un-nerving conjunctions made more surreal by the
prominence and pride with which they were displayed. Around this time,
she also branched off into league bowling excelling in the
Beat-the-Champ competitions. (She either sandbagged during the
computation of handicaps or really dug down deep during tournament play.
She kept her trophies for years. Much longer than my kids kept their own
athletic trophies.)

 
 
 

Bad Art Is Good Art?

Post by Jon Russel » Wed, 08 Sep 2004 02:01:46


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>http://www.museumofbadart.org/

Did you happen to catch the curator's name?

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Bad Art Is Good Art?

Post by Charles Beaucham » Wed, 08 Sep 2004 03:15:45

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>> http://www.museumofbadart.org/

> My mother went through a paint-by-numbers craze in the late 50s. Two
> of her paintings and a magazine rack went with her nearly everywhere
> for 20 years or so. Horrible colors. Infantile brush strokes. Static
> compositions. Un-nerving conjunctions made more surreal by the
> prominence and pride with which they were displayed. Around this time,
> she also branched off into league bowling excelling in the
> Beat-the-Champ competitions. (She either sandbagged during the
> computation of handicaps or really dug down deep during tournament
> play. She kept her trophies for years. Much longer than my kids kept
> their own athletic trophies.)

Dissing yer mama on USENET.  You are evil and suck.  Damn liberals.

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