The Deal of the Art

Now that I too have a dead varmint on my head, I, too, can scam you for surreal estate expertise, just like the Donald.

©  Hart WIlliams

Portrait of the Artist as a Dead Raccoon Supporter

But first, a lovely video:

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Here’s the last of August’s artwork. The R. Crumb portrait was drawn on his 70th birthday.

And, as usual, if you click on the picture, it will enlarge in a new tab.

the tracks at dorrance

the tracks at dorrance

space begonias

space begonias

permanent detour

permanent detour

high water

high water

geometries+trees

geometries+trees

forest floor ferns

forest floor ferns

autumnumbnum

autumnumbnum
(still life with sunflower and tomatillos)

alleys of aberdeen (washington)

the alleys of aberdeen
(washington state)

abandoned boat on the rez

abandoned boat on the rez

yum?

yum?

R. Crumb @ 70

R. Crumb @ 70

pavement ends

pavement ends

deep in the rain forest

deep in the rain forest

end of trail

“End of Trail; Proceed No Farther” (sic)
John Day National Monument, Sheep Mtn. Unit

And, now, having exhausted Kansas and the Olympic peninsula, I now turn my attentions to …. (it’s a surprise).

Courage.

Mr. Williams has a lively blog His Vorpal Sword. This is cross-posted from his blog.

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About Hart Williams

Mr. Williams grew up in Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas and New Mexico. He lived in Hollywood, California for many years. He has been published in The Washington Post, The Kansas City Star, The Santa Fe Sun, The Los Angeles Free Press, Oui Magazine, New West, and many, many more. A published novelist and a filmed screenwriter, Mr. Williams eschews the decadence of Hollywood for the simple, wholesome goodness of the plain, honest people of the land. He enjoys Luis Buñuel documentaries immensely.
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3 Responses to The Deal of the Art

  1. Hart

    I am thinking we should eschew the politics and become an art blog! Your work is fabulous… so multi-talented you are.

  2. Thank you, Pamela, but the art is just to take some recreation away from the politics. One more stress I don’t need B-)

  3. I hear you Hart. I go out with my camera for the same reason.