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  1. #1
    bunny Guest

    Default Let\'s talk about ART...

    Who are some of your favorites artists?
    All mediums...

  2. #2
    bunny Guest

    Default Artists that I enjoy...

    Jean Michel Basquiat (painter)
    Vincient Van Gogh (painter)
    Marc Chagall (painter)
    Paul Klee (painter)
    Isaac Bashevis Singer (writer)
    J.D. Salinger (writer)
    David Sedaris (writer)
    Edward Gorey (writer)
    Walker Evans (photographer)
    Diane Arbus (photographer)
    Dr. Seuss (writer)
    e.e cummings (poet)
    Hans Christian Andersen (writer)
    Yoko Ono (many hats)
    Bob Dylan (many hats)
    Lynda Barry (cartoonist)
    Keith Haring (painter)
    Woody Allen (film maker)
    Wes Anderson (film maker)
    Christopher Guest (film maker)
    SCTV Cast (comedians)
    William Blake (many hats)

    These are artists that came to mind this morning. There are so many more that will come to mind later.

    Hope everyone is having a good day.

    lovey love,

    bunny

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    Lori Howe Now Brown Cow Guest

    Default ART EH?

    did you know anna nicole smith paints pictures? yes. they are as terrible as they sound. just thought id share that funny bit.

    MC etchers art is kinda cool...... and Jesus was the ultimate carpenter!

    where are all the thimble circus fans?

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    Mark Ryden
    Burning Artist Co-op
    J.D. Salinger
    Chaim Potok
    Many others i couldn't possibly name

    [Edited on 5-7-2003 by pepe]

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    i like my friend kory's artwork.
    do you like it too?

    http://www.passivesmarcasm.com/geniusatoms/art.html

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    ninemalicmolds Guest

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    that guys art blows my mind away, also he is
    a real lokker if you know what i say'n
    tho it looks like he never updates his page
    he probable doesn't e-mail you enough either

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    dolemites_sister Guest

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    I just missed the last time I read this post several months ago that Bunny mentioned SCTV...

    My husband and I are huge fans!!! We have some on videotape that we watch quite often...

    I love that show!
    j

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    W. Cullen Hart. look him up.

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