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Re: My "Pretty Song"...
I don't care for Kinkade either, but I don't think he's being phony in
his art. He reallly means it, and his audience really digs it. He's
like the Kenny G of painting.
On 7/19/05, ArsOcarina@aol.com <ArsOcarina@aol.com> wrote:
> In visual art (or any other) I have no criticism of artists who choose a
> way of working if that's really who they are, or choose to be . . .
> Example, I have no problem with any number of painters who might do most
> of their work in a representaional, "realistic" vein. But I cannot abide
> Kinkade (pardon me if there are fans present)
> His stuff is so phony (and so popular too) really makes me ill.
> On a spectum scale of artists' sensitivity, ranging from total
> total pandering that guy is completely off the pandering scale. But I