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So many images, so little time -- literally.
The sale of Art Square and other tales.
Looking at the bi-product of transience in this town
Printed on metal, Jay Scott's photos are a rich and thoughtful nod to beautiful decay.
Transparency in digital composites.
What a difference a painting makes.
Oh, look! It’s a big, beautiful woman with a cow body for legs.
You don’t see this exhibition. You experience it.
"I'm building things I think my 5-year-old self would geek out about."
Looking at the people looking at the Kennedys.
Sanchez Burr is the Neon Museum's first artist in residence.
Three iconic tragedies of the ’90s involved cars that became celebrities themselves.
Year of the Buddha features more than 60 pieces made in various styles and mediums, from aerosol to acrylic.
“Tourists want to see Frida Kahlo with a monkey on her shoulder.”
As an educational exhibit, it easily dovetails into STEM curricula. But as fine art, the quality is doubtful.