4 December, 2018

White Art

Posted by Socrates in art, Socrates, White art/architecture at 3:48 pm | Permanent Link

A cowboy camp, by Don Stivers (note: the original URL link broke).


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  7. 7 Responses to “White Art”

    1. fd Says:

      ROUGH RIDER — BRING UP THE ROUGH STRING

      Cool picture. The painting has a southwestern look. A cowboy out in West Texas or New Mexico. Keeping the heritage of the North American alive.

    2. fd Says:

      Typo: Keeping the heritage of the North American “cowboy” alive.

    3. Douglas MacArthur Says:

      https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/876580281316515840
      Art, Transcendence, and the Gatekeepers

    4. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      That reminds me of the horse that Big Jim Jesus used to insist that I ride naked and without a saddle. He was probably diddling someone while I was riding it.

      Holy One, if you are listening, please advise me. Christmas is coming on, and I will be suicidal. So terribly lonely and suicidal.

      Jill Mustang

    5. Douglas MacArthur Says:

      Having your works displayed at most of these institutions is more or less a career dead end, while there are only a few royal roads to success.

      The most lucrative network of all consists of six New York institutions—the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim, the Gagosian and Pace galleries, the Met, and the Whitney—and one Chicago museum, the Art Institute. If you can make it there, you’ve made it everywhere:

      An exhibition at one of these is a guaranteed ascent to fame and headline prices. It is the definition of artistic validation.
      https://www.lewrockwell.com/2018/12/no_author/state-of-the-art/

    6. Sri Sreggin Das, Mystic Yogi of the Kali Yuga Says:

      To Jill Mustang: Do this—-observe your own grief. Just “do” grief. Observe how it feels, what it makes you think, what thoughts are associated with it. In this way, you start to separate from it.

      And above all, affirm that you do not need Jim Jesus.

      Get up at 4:00 AM and walk in the forest, or in a park, with no lights or any sort. Observe the moonlight on the trees, see the nightlife. Walk fearlessly. What this does, will become clear the more you do it.

      Do it for two weeks, rain or shine, cold or hot, then contact me again at this website.

    7. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      Thankyou, Sri Sreggin! I walked this morning. I was afraid of the coyotes, but I did it anyway.

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