Art Is A Dirty Business
Don't believe me? I'm a person of the male persuasion; dirty
fingernails come to me naturally. Below is a photograph of my hand
(left(left)) in comparison to the not-so-dainty, fingernail-challenged
hands of a genuine artist of the opposite gender.
actually makes very nice arts - they're three-dimensional and I have a
number of them in my house. Three lesser ones are climbing a
wall, as it were, and two major ones are running a protection racket.
Thus far I have not disclosed her identity. If there is a
paragraph after this one, she has made what I feel is a wise decision to
forfeit the sanctity of her fingernail hygiene in favor of a potentially
valuable plug for her arts. Either way, her decision will be
||Behold the noble Suzanimal! (She calls them "Beasts"
but as a patron of the arts I get to dub them as I choose.)
Here's her blurb from the "Super-Krete" site. Does she
have a commercial sensibility or what?
Langle, uses Super-Krete Bond-Kote to sculpt her unique beasts.
She uses a polystyrene core and adds layers of Bond-Kote and
fiberglass to build-up the structure and sculpt its shape."
And, from the New
"Because they are so
thin and reedy, the dogs made of a lightweight plaster
substitute by Suzanne Langle of Bloomingdale don't get
underfoot. Several are in the gallery, and in this case and
familiarity breeds fondness. Two large ones, ''Nikolai'' and
''Maurice,'' sprout wings, and smaller, shelf-size ones would
make good guard dogs. In the gallery, they wrap their pliant
limbs around candy bowls."
UPDATE - 08
February 2008 - Suzanne has a
new WEB SITE