November 29, 2009

"I am a local artist, who has created sculptings made up Duct-Tape.. 100% no wires, or fillers."

Dennis Gervasio has "created the illusion of pewter." His opposition to "fillers" may explain his shortening of the term "outsider art" to "outside art" and his penchant for the 2-dot ellipsis.

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His sign appears in the window of the Albany café called The Daily Grind — a locale also pictured in  "Man in green sneakers reads Sartre. Dog arrives."

The sculptings look like this, seen from inside the restaurant...

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... and this, seen through window static...

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14 comments:

ricpic said...

The plague of "artists" continues.

EDH said...

Blaze Foley, Duct Tape Messiah.

Michael said...

Might be worth having along on a dog sled race.

edutcher said...

More Progressive Art.

Michael Hasenstab said...

Duct tape. Is there anything it can't do?

Why, it's even underwear!

kentuckyliz said...

Maybe retitle Adam and Eve, Althouse + Meade.

Scott M said...

I've always found the very term "outside art" or "outsider art" to be revealing of the true nature of the liberal mindset. The very term implies prejudice.

Palladian said...

I like them.

LoafingOaf said...

Why do people insist on calling it "duct tape" when you know you'd rather say "duck tape"?

Theo Boehm said...
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SMGalbraith said...

Why not use different colored tape?

As Mr. Van Gogh would argue, "He fucked too hard."

Duct tape and fucking.

Don't see those items linked too often in the same sentence.

Scott M said...

So...just wtf happened there, Teresa?

miriam said...

See these: http://miriamsideas.blogspot.com/search?q=Scotch+tape

Something said...

Two words for Teresa: Speed kills.