Friday, September 3, 2010

Hole in Pizza Box: An Interpretation

This is Jasper and me 


on top of some cut out people.


This morning we walked past an art gallery.


It had art in it.



When I got home I worked on my latest piece 'homage au Patsy's Pizza for Adam Powell'


Sometimes artists do not get the recognition they deserve.


My work is currently on display near where we recycle things.
I will make some more art tomorrow.



love
from
Buster


21 comments:

  1. Dear Buster, you have clearly refined the art of tearing holes in cardboard! Perhaps your next project should be to convince mom to give you some of the actual pizza as well...

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  2. "My work is currently on display near where we recycle things.
    I will make more art tomorrow."
    wahahahahahahahahhhha love that statement !

    The last picture is really quite wonderful the play of dark against the light...

    Buster you are wonderful !

    woof, Watson and Hamish

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  3. Buster, I love the titles you give your art work. You have a way with words, too.

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  4. I just don't know how you do it- you are such a good art pup! My only art is when my person takes me out to empty me and comes home with the art in a bag- Sometimes it is displayed at the garage door but mostly it goes directly into the big green bin . My person especially ohhhed and ahhhed over the pups on cut out people but i like your hole the best!
    URF,
    Dexter

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  5. Buster, you always make me smile, a fun and happy smile!

    I wish you a good weekend!

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  6. if you ask me, an art critic wouldn't be able to spot the difference between what's in the gallery and your work, buster. struth! the things that pass for art these days.

    xox

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  7. Buster- I'm glad to see your showing more of your art- and the use of a Patsy's pizza box was ...inspired.

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  8. Hello Buster, you know, for a young pup (and despite your amazing sophistication and charm you truly are a young pup) you have amazing insights into the New York art scene.

    It is September, and that means that the season of Openings, not openings, is about to begin. I am so happy to see that you have got some new pieces underway. I am a bit concerned that these new pieces might be on their way to recycling, but ... after all, Buster you are the artist and know best.

    Best wishes.

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  9. Hi, Buster!
    Looks like you were inspired today!
    Great job!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  10. Buster I wish you could collaberate with my cat Isadora. She works more with cloth than cardboard but she has a wonderful way of clawing thru her work.

    you two would be wonderful together!!

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  11. I was just going to ask if you wanted to do a
    joint art piece with Opie. He has a series of
    UN-stuffed refashioned toys called, "if fluff were innards..."

    Alongside your commentary pieces about boxes and
    containers the whole notion of being a being with insides and outsides and holes made by others...the possibilities are without end!

    We are watching your new series with joy!

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  12. Hi Buster,

    I missed your art works... and I'm so happy to see your latest collection. Good job!

    Licks, hero

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  13. I love how Jasper looks like a mini version of you! I love the last picture as well. The light and dark contrast looks great!

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  14. Why...if that other stuff is art, your work requires just the same dedication and imagination...good work! Oh, and thank your mom for stopping by to visit our bloggie, too!

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  15. Hi Buster,

    Not only are you adorable butt you are an artist too?

    I should have known.

    Luv Star. Riley says Hi Buddy!

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  16. Hi Buster.
    Your piece 'homage au Patsy's Pizza for Adam Powell' is arresting. Its present installation highlights its synthesis of gestalt perceptual theory and found-object art. Is the object rising out of a dark background? Is one inside a cave viewing an illuminated outside object? Wonderfully done.

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  17. Buster, I see that you're at it again. I can't wait to see your finished work

    www.chicmodernvintage.com

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  18. The lady from AlabamaSeptember 7, 2010 at 10:32 PM

    Buster, I am back in Birmingham for a while preparing for my move. You are making me miss NYC and I can't wait to return. Your art is most excellent.

    Love to you and your mum...

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  19. Buster your work is MUCH MORE INTERESTING.

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  20. I reckon yours is more interesting too.

    At least you are prolific.

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  21. Your dry sense of humor crackers me up Buster!

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