Category Archives: Tiffanie

Alex Lemke

I never hesitate to promote artwork that makes me smile. Since I met Alex Lemke at Art Center College, I have appreciated his art and style¬†tremendously and I am always eager to see what subject matter he will bring up next. I remember a series of paintings he made of miniature pants all strung up next to one another, with little wet spots on the crotch. I was jealous he had made a ‘pee in the pants’ painting before I had. ūüôā

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Tiffany Bozic

Just recently I was going through all the art cards I’ve collected over the years from art shows, gallery exhibits, and museums in Los Angeles. I saw the card of¬† Tiffany Bozic and remembered how amazing her work was in person, and in print as well.¬† Having a huge love of animal representations in art, I automatically loved the surreal, and photoreal quality her paintings have. Take a peek!

 

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Harry and the Hendersons

It’s a childhood favorite. Just look at that face. Don’t tell me you wouldn’t be moved if that sweet smile was leering over you in the woods.

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Sombrero Galaxy

The Sombrero Galaxy, or M 104 NGC 4594 (I dont know what it means either but that is its other name) is “an unbarred spiral galaxy in the constellation Virgo”. I got that from Wikipedia, but really besides this being a cool image, I appreciate that when I look up at the sky at night there is a sombrero watching over me.

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Hieronymus Bosch

It’s always fascinating to see how the¬†Adam and Eve story¬†is interpreted. These two images make up 2 thirds of the Garden Of Earthly Delights tryptich from 1510. Take a looksee at how mister Bosch saw the perfect garden of Eden and the hell afterwards.

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The Mel Brooks Movie Poster

Im not afraid to admit that Mel Brooks has 3 movies in my top 5 favorite movies of all time list. But beyond the glory of the film, is the advertising specialty of the ‘movie poster’. Here’s some of Brook’s movies in all their comedy spoof¬†posterish glory.

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Daguerreotype

I found these two daguerreotypes while skimming around in the Smithsonian Archives of American Art. These two specific images come from the Elihu Vedder papers and were made sometime in the 1840’s. It’s interesting to note how each has disintegrated and aged in over 150+ years.

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