So, I am being called “the Andy Warhol of the digital age’. i think that’s pretty cool. i have always admired the Warhol knack for capturing the essence of the contemporary pop culture and reflecting it in his so so vividly! the excitement in Warhol images never goes out of style. And it speaks as eloquently of yesteryear today as it spoke of then at the time.
Actually, I aspire to be like five Andy’s:
Warhol – for giving us compelling images about contemporary culture. The definitive Warhol image? Marilyn Monroe, of course.
Griffith – for being plain spoken, honest, and approachable
Kaufman – He messed with our minds and our sense of reality, just for fun. And we liked it!
Andy Rooney – for the ability to poke fun and laugh at just about everything!
And lastly, Andy, Pixar kid – for reminding us how much we love toys!
The Producer is planning to introduce me and talk about my art at the introduction to the film festival. I am being treated as the icon for the blending of art, technology, and media, which is a primary theme of the event. naturally, I’m pretty pleased to get to cross those boundaries and have a new mix of an audience view and respond to my work.
I’ll have some large pieces in prominent places at the film festival. I’ll also have some art of various sizes setup for sale. Look for me near the lake. I’ll have plenty of MySparcLine on hand. Come and pick out the one that is you. See you there!
I have been invited to show next Friday Nov 22 at the Blow-Up gallery in Dallas. This will be a very interesting mix of eclectic art. the dual monitors on #5 from the MyPhoneHenge collection will be displaying some very cool “Glitch art’ by another local artist. What a fantastic match! A total celebration of the jagged in the digital world, virtual and physical!