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Deviant Comic Strip Characters (12 total) What happens when your favorite comic strip characters get "off the strip"? Do they go a little crazy? Would Snoopy really roast Woodstock? (First piece, above, is by artist David Bray.) Unfriended by Scott Stulen Little Orphan Anarchy by Valery Milovic Nancy and Sluggo by Valery Milovic F(el)IX the Cat by Valery Milovic Zombie Circus by Jan Avendano Tendencies by Ken Garduno Nancy Muerte by Adam Reker Dennis the Menace to Society by Damian King La Batmobile Rosa by David Sossella Howland by Damian King Hobbes' Ride (Takin' It Back) by Tommii Lim WWA Gallery

McBess Graisse Animale sock drawer kris anka GREAT WESTERN BUFFET - Christian Rex van Minnen Frank Stockton Sink, oil on canvas, 66 x 58 in., 2014 working on a lot of things at once right now. Sink, oil on canvas, 49 x 32 in., 2014 Sink, oil on canvas, 78 x 46 in., 2014 four bathers burlap, 9 x 12 in., ea., respectively. I am fortunate enough to be included in a show at the nonprofit art space, Autonomie Projects, opening this Saturday in Los Angeles from 5-8:30pm. Press Release: While portraiture has long been seen as a sign of cultural ‘status’ and class distinction this survey of Los Angeles portraiture examines the varied approaches being taken up by today’s painters with regard to rendering a likeness, not only of a seated subject, but of the subject of portraiture itself. Justin Bower, Virginia Broersma, Josh Dildine, Alec Egan, Jay Erker, Andrew Foster, Roni Feldman, Steve Hampton, Laurance McNamara, Max Presneill, Constance Mallinson, Jason Ramos, Erica Ryan Stallones and Frank J. Sink, oil on canvas, 39 x 46 in., 2013 Sink, oil on canvas, 46 x 39 in., 2013 Untitled sculpture… 2013

Brian Despain kakofonia Patrick Leger Kristian Donaldson B a r b a r a C a n e p a MYRON MACKLIN Richard Hogg