|"An artist's work usually becomes highly dispersed as single-identity elements laced with multiple-identity elements most commonly, prints of various sorts. The Internet offers a readily accessible means of providing a written catalogue combined with a sufficient visual record to provide a concentrated flavour of the range of the artist's endeavours and working methods." Art 4 C21, July, 2010|
Some Biography and a Partial Catalogue of the Works of this Glasgow Artist
Artist and the "Grand Old Man of
British Science Fiction Fandom"
His Life & Works
The Great Deville, Illusionist
Postal Art 2
Who's To Blame
|"People can express the same concept in many ways, all of equal value;|
and some people think that they can get away with any old rubbish!"
..... Grand Art Revue, 1991/02
|'Works of art', allegedly worth thousands of pounds, chucked out by cleaners; 'paintings' by elephants and chimps; cardboard boxes insinuated into Tate Modern. No wonder people are asking, "What is art?" Well, if it shows craftsmanship and, optionally, originality; if it has visual complexity and/or directness and clarity; and if it doesn't look like something which anyone at all could have knocked out in half an hour, then it's probably art.|
And if it looks like a job for the cleaning staff or the dustmen, then it definitely ain't art!
|Definitions for the 21st Century : Brit Art tosh from the aesthetically challenged.|
..... Grand Art Revue, 2004/01
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