# 1 – Internet destroys the concept of “sovereignty” And the sovereignty of governments is just the base of the iceberg. There are some things at the tip, and many more quite visible above the line of the cold, black sea. The old guard of art is weakening. Imagine, some painters just want to make beautiful… Read More Alexey Stepanov Is Wise To The Silly Of Control By The Very Few
Andrew Makarov paints with the bravery of a thousand vikings. Full color exhibition book available for opening night. I know that many, many, maybe even more than many of you would like to purchase it now, and you could, of course, but then we painters of poverty and beans would not make the larger profit,… Read More Show Book Available
“If I Knew Then What I Know Now About Arrogance In The Arts, I Would Have Stayed On The Floor And Played With My Balls” 2016. Acrylic on canvas, 16 x 20″ “On Rainy Days The Monk’s Head Shrinks Just A Little Bit” 2016. Acrylic on canvas, 16 x 20″ “After So Many Competing Delusions,… Read More Three Throop Paintings And Psychological Titles
2016. Acrylic on canvas, 20 x 24″ McKay’s Bunting summers on St. Lawrence Island in the Bering Sea. He thinks the human fauna of the two mainlands are crazy to put up another second with big city lawyers and mafia goons manipulating an arbitrary system to their own ends. He believes localism is the answer, that… Read More McKay’s Bunting Thinks People Do What They Are Told To Do
I Thought Alena Levina Was The Most Conscientious Postal Packaging Agent Earth Has Ever Produced. I was wrong. It’s a tie! Alexey Stepanov work arrived, not only in one piece, but so neat and tightly packaged that I am seriously considering to will that he encase my corpse in cardboard when the time comes. Wow.… Read More Stuckism Arrives By Sea!
2016. Acrylic on canvas, 4 x 4′