On Thursday, I went out on the art walk and remembered to bring my camera. I have some interesting photos of art work that I found to be better than the typical mediocre 1st Thursday Art Walk fare. Check it out below.
I found this painting to be entertaining. I can’t remember most of the artists names who’s did the work… next time I go I’m going to bring a notebook so I can take down names.
I kind of liked the welded together ping pong rackets… they sort of look to be in motion still don’t they?
The American flag above is actually a sculpture. Look closely and you can see a lot of “American” items hidden in it.
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Another interesting piece by Annie T.
Above is the statement about one of the artists that I saw on the art walk- Kevin Titzer: “Kevin Titzer creates sculpture using wood, metal and other debris found near his home by the Ohio River. A native of Evansville, Indiana, the 34 year old has been making art for most of his life. Kevin’s subjects are playful, yet carry a darker edge and suggest that much more lies beneath the surface.” If you want to read the rest of Kevin Titzer’s mission statement thingie, be my guest.
I believe that the cheese man above with the knife is one of Kevin Titzer’s pieces.
I liked this image of Jesus being crucified on wallpaper.
The Cake Man Cometh haha
Gory wilderness painting.
Complex universe painting.
Above is a landscape painting by one of my favorite artists on the art walk- Mary Beneveti.
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Don’t look too close at this one…
I liked the look of this woman.
The computer chip lamp.
The original reason Jeremy was able to convince me to come on the art walk two years ago- free refreshments. My face is still swollen from my root canal too.
I spotted this guy and found his look amusing, so I had him come over and let me take a picture. Like his pose? There are tons of fascinating people you meet on the art walk and many of them aren’t even the artists. I strongly recommend that anyone who hasn’t already tried it, go on the first Thursday art walk as soon as you can.