Another Street Artist Sells Out? by TMNK

Some would say to be a “real” street artist, you have to keep it real in the streets. In other words, constantly doing bigger, riskier more provocative works in public and private spaces. But the minute that artist experiences any sort of financial success for his or her art, he or she is labeled a…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 29/09/2010

Inspiration vs. Imitation by The Me Nobody Knows

I have been inspired by a host of artist’s both living and dead, whose works made me stop and think about my creative process, or how I might create art a bit differently than I had before. My work at different stages/periods  have reflected the influences of artists such as Picasso, Romare Bearden, Francesco Scavullo,…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 02/09/2010

Defining Urban Derivatives by TMNK

The streets are talking, and a NOBODY like me  is not only listening but is adding to the conversation with a unique and compelling style of art I call “URBAN DERIVATIVES.” Not content with simply “getting up” on walls and having my work seen and appreciated by the masses. And, while many find inspiration from…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 26/08/2010

So YOU Wanna Be a Street Artist by TMNK

Leave it to a NOBODY like me to alter the face of street art (wink). Why should it be all about getting up, having YOUR work seen, promoted, discovered in the streets? Where’s the fun for people like YOU? Okay, granted many of you don’t relish going out into the dark of night with wheat…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 11/08/2010

Reflection – Paiting a Portrait Inside my Mind by TMNK

I am now beginning my day the way I often end it, reflecting. Perhaps today I will paint a portrait, perhaps a self-portrait. Not of myself, but of humanity. Her vanity showing, I know she’ll want me to capture her good side. A mirror will be of no use, reflecting only the slowly decaying image…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 12/05/2010

Boat People – A Painting by Nobody

  I was extended an invitation to donate some art for an auction benefiting the survivors of the recent earthquake in Haiti. Of course I was more than happy to contribute my talents, so I didn’t hesitate to accept. The painting I’ve created especially for the fundraiser is entitled Boat People. I wanted to create…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 12/05/2010

G40 The Summit – The Great American Group Show by TMNK

  I’ve just returned from the opening festivities for the group art exhibition created by Art Whino, called G40 The Summit. To conceive of an exhibition consisting of 5 floors, 75,000 square feet of space, and over 500 artists is quite an undertaking. To successfully plan, coordinate, and deliver said show is an awesome accomplishment,…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 12/05/2010

Jerry’s Knows the Average Joe by TMNK

  Forgive me if this sounds like an advertisement or some sort of paid endorsement. It’s not. Jerry’s Art Arama is, for this artist, more than a corporate entity that merchandises the art supplies we use. They’re real people who dig art and have made a business from supporting that which they love. I was…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 12/05/2010

Preparing for an Upcoming Exhibition of my Art by TMNK

  I’ve been asked to speak at the upcoming G40 Summit. Actually I’m waxing metaphors here. I’m not really speaking. The G40 Summit is a group exhibition of contemporary art and I’ve been given the honor of having my art, my creative voice included. I tend to view the opportunity to exhibit, like being asked…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 12/05/2010

Call it what you want by TMNK

Rat Race 18×24 Mixed Media on Masonite 2009 I’m not much into labels. I simply try to express a thought or a feeling in some form of visual permanence. But when listing my work in catalogs and exhibitions, the term mixed-media is most often used. Mixed-media? Yes, I deploy a mash-up of mediums in the…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 12/05/2010