The following art posts are dedicated to the increase and diffusion of knowledge about art and history from the perspective of an outsider, and for lack of a better term, from one whom the art world would call a “contemporary intuitive artist”. I don’t want to fit into any category. I paint. I am a painter. I hope you enjoy reading these articles. Thank you for visiting.
- “Art and the Creative Process.” Philip Guston’s destructive/reconstructive technique(s).
- “Art Passport II.” Japantown, San Francisco. 2015.
- “Art Passport, I.” Japantown, San Francisco, California, 20q5.
- “Art From Garbage.” Senegal. 2015.
- “Beyond the Surface.” Andy Goldsworthy, The Presidio, San Francisco, California. Continious exhibition.
- “Wave Organ Sculpture.” San Francisco, California. Continuous exhibition.
- “Painting One Bird A Day.” Cornell Ornithology Lab, Ithaca, New York. Nov. 2015 estimated completion date.
- “My Problem/Not My Problem to Fix.” 2015 MFA Thesis exhibition.
- “Tales of the Floating World.” Asian Art Museum of San Francisco exhibition, through May 2015.
- “Artificial Constructs in Edo Period Japan’s Art Works.” Asian Art Museum of San Francisco exhibition, through May 2015.
- “Lois Dodd: Painting the Ordinary World Around Her.” Artist’s NYC show, through April 2015.
- “Paint, Tyvek, Paper, Broom.” Eric Carle creates a mural.
- “Confinement and Creativity.” Ai Wei Wei at Alcatraz, 2014-2015.
- “A Humpback Whale in the Forest.” Surreal short video.
- “The 100 Years Show” — trailer for the Carmen Herrera documentary.
- “55 — Images of Sea Level Rise — Abstraction Meets Reality.” Science and art along the San Francisco shore. http://www.drosteeffectmag.com/55-images-sea-level-rise-abstraction-meets-reality/
- “Graffiti from Palestine.” The power of art. https://wewerenothing.org/2013/12/29/graffiti-from-palestine/
- “Art Spaces and City Parks.” Recycled American industrial landscapes, from east coast to west coast and spaces in-between. https://wewerenothing.org/2013/12/03/art-spaces-and-parks-in-the-city/
- “Beachscape Earthscape.” Between art and nature: Bay Area artist Andres Amador creates art along beach fronts near and far. https://wewerenothing.org/2013/11/25/between-art-and-nature/
- “Carrie Mae Weems: Three Decades of Photography and Video.” As photographer and subject, the artist is her own muse. Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, Stanford, CA (October 16, 2013–January 5, 2014). http://www.drosteeffectmag.com/carrie-mae-weems-photographer-subject-muse-stanford-universitys-cantor-arts-center/
- “Meanings Behind Art.” How one painting came into being. https://wewerenothing.org/2013/09/28/meanings-behind-art/
- “Art//Sky Sculpture Hike 2013.” Decomposing art at Djerassi. https://wewerenothing.org/2013/09/03/artsky-sculpture-hike-2013/
- “The Power of Art.” The censorship of three commissioned artists from Diego Rivera in the 1930s to Volodymyr Kuznetsov in 2013. https://wewerenothing.org/2013/08/03/the-power-of-art/
- Decay and Disintegration at Djerassi SMIP Ranch, Woodside, CA — through Nov. 10, 2013 (Outdoor art)
- Übermensch at 1AM Gallery, San Francisco, CA — through Aug. 3, 2013 (Indoor graffiti)
- “Inaccessible Accessible Art.” Roadside graffiti along Tri-Valley bicycle route. https://wewerenothing.org/2013/07/26/inaccessible-accessible-art/
- “The Outsiders”. London’s 2013 Outsider Art Shows in ” The Outsider Renaissance,” by Kate Withstanding. https://wewerenothing.org/2013/07/01/the-outsider-renaissance/
- “The Guardians”. The Old Barn, Djerassi/SMIP Ranch, Woodside, CA (June 2013–present). https://wewerenothing.org/2013/06/29/transitory-contemporary-interactive-art/
- “More Than Fifteen Minutes: Andy Warhol and Celebrity”. Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, Stanford, CA (February 20–June 30, 2013). (https://wewerenothing.org/2013/06/15/mammy-and-myths-oh-andy/)
- “The State of the World: Money and Art Markets.” (https://wewerenothing.org/2013/05/18/the-state-of-the-world-money-and-art-markets/)
- “Buying Barnett Newman’s Art on Faith” (Reblogged, May 2013). (https://wewerenothing.org/2013/05/18/buying-barnett-newmans-art-on-faith/)
- “After the Celestial Axe”, Djerassi/SMIP Ranch, Woodside, CA (April 2013–present). (https://wewerenothing.org/2013/05/12/after-the-celestial-axe/) and (https://wewerenothing.org/2013/04/26/new-sculpture-at-djerassi-fall-of-the-celestial-axe/)
- “Revisiting the South: Cancer Alley”, Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, Stanford, CA (March 27–June 16, 2013). (See paragraph three, “The Mississippi River on Exhibit”, at https://wewerenothing.org/2013/04/22/the-river-road-part-two/)
- Outdoor art hike, Djerassi/SMIP Ranch, Woodside, CA (March 2013). (See paragraph entitled, “Outdoor Art,” https://wewerenothing.org/2013/03/11/san-francisco-monterey-bay-and-la-honda-oh-my/)
- “A War on Modern Art: The 75th Anniversary of the Degenerate Art Exhibition”, The Cantor Museum, Stanford University, Stanford, CA (October 2012–February 2013). (https://wewerenothing.org/2013/02/18/degenerate-art-exhibition-revisited/)
- “Floating on Air: Ballet Costume Atelier and Presentations,” Kimball Education Gallery/Artist Studio, the de Young Museum, San Francisco, CA (January 9–February 3, 2013). (https://wewerenothing.org/2013/01/28/on-ballet-and-tutu-design-jean-lamprell-and-brad-rosenstein/)
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- “When Artists Attack the King: Honoré Daumier and La Caricature, 1830–1835,” Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, Stanford, CA (August 1–November 11, 2012). (https://wewerenothing.org/2012/10/01/frances-last-king-was-a-pear/)
- “Central Nigeria Unmasked: Arts of the Benue River Valley”, Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, Stanford, CA (May 16–October 14, 2012). (https://wewerenothing.org/2012/10/07/art-seen/)
- “The 1968 Exhibit,” Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, CA (March 31–August 19, 2012). (https://wewerenothing.org/2012/09/04/janis-joplins-pants/)
- “Maharaja”, Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, CA (October 21, 2011–April 2012). (https://wewerenothing.org/2012/07/04/a-woman-flying-a-kite/)