a show of oil stick drawings and peculiar medium-sized sculptures. whatchamacallits. the artist seems to. there is a simplicity and humor but not jokes. No punchlines. The narratives, if they are narratives, do not loop, but instead

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a show of oil stick drawings and peculiar medium-sized sculptures. whatchamacallits. the artist seems to. there is a simplicity and humor but not jokes. No punchlines. The narratives, if they are narratives, do not loop, but instead move in a general direction of exposition. In the paintings, a number of people are seen from the side or in profile, and are grouped around a central object that is a portrait of an angel. The image is of a bearded man, and the head is of a woman. There is no figure to see in the painting, only a face. The head is large and has a beard, and the beard is a beard. The bearded head is of a man who is wearing a brown coat and trousers. His hands are clenched and the fingers are out of the picture. The people in the paintings are the same people in the paintings, except that now they are dressed in different clothes. The same people in the paintings, but now in different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are wearing different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are wearing different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are dressed in different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are wearing different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are wearing different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are wearing different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are wearing different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are wearing different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are wearing different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are wearing different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are wearing different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are wearing different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are wearing different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are wearing different clothes. The same people in the paintings, except that now they are wearing different clothes.

Result #2

a show of oil stick drawings and peculiar medium-sized sculptures. whatchamacallits. the artist seems to. there is a simplicity and humor but not jokes. No punchlines. The narratives, if they are narratives, do not loop, but instead flow into one another. The work is very funny. In fact, there is a lot of humor in the show.The sculptures are made of sand mixed with concrete and black rubber. They look like more of the kinds of things that a dog would bite. The sand is piled one on top of the other, on top of the sand. The sand is an essence of sand. It is the essence of sand. The sand is the very essence of a material. It is the essence of sand. The sculpture is the essence of a material. Sand is the essence of a material. Sand is a material. The sculpture is the essence of a material. The sand is the very essence of a material. The sculpture is the essence of a material. The sand is a material. Sand is a material. The sand is a material. Sand is a material. The sand is a material. The sculpture is the essence of a material. The sand is a material. Sand is a material. Sand is a material. The sand is a material. Sand is a material. Sand is a material. Sand is a material. Sand is a material. The sand is a material. Sand is a material. Sand is a material. Sand is a material. The sand is a material. Sand is a material. Sand is a material. Sand is a material. The sand is a material. The sculpture is the essence of a material. The sand is a material. The sand is a material. Sand is a material. Sand is a material. The sand is a material. The sculpture is the essence of a material. The sand is a material. Sand is a material. Sand is a material. The sand is a material. The sand is a material. Sand is a material. Sand is a material. Sand is a material. Sand is a material. The sand is a material. The sculpture is the essence of a material. The sand is a material. The sand is a material.

Result #3

a show of oil stick drawings and peculiar medium-sized sculptures. whatchamacallits. the artist seems to. there is a simplicity and humor but not jokes. No punchlines. The narratives, if they are narratives, do not loop, but instead move and change in a slow-moving sequence, like a series of movies. We see a man talking about his work, and then we see the artist talking about himself. I think that this is a very playful, even comic, way of dealing with art, and one that Ive seen in a number of shows.Its not just the imagery that is striking but the way the pieces move. In some pieces, the pieces are suspended from the ceiling by wires that are attached to the wall, in others, the pieces are suspended from the floor by metal bars that are attached to the wall. The paintings are framed by the same type of wires and bars. The paintings are in fact all in the same size and the same width. The paintings are hung on the wall. The sculpture is placed directly on the floor. The sculpture is mounted on the wall. The sculpture is suspended from the ceiling by wires that are attached to the floor. The paintings are hung on the wall. The sculpture is suspended from the ceiling by wires that are attached to the floor. The paintings are hung on the wall. The sculpture is suspended from the floor by wires that are attached to the ceiling. The paintings are hung on the wall. The sculpture is suspended from the ceiling by wires that are attached to the floor. The paintings are hung on the wall. The sculpture is suspended from the floor by wires that are attached to the floor. The paintings are hung on the wall. The sculpture is suspended from the ceiling by wires that are attached to the floor. The paintings are hung on the wall. The sculpture is suspended from the ceiling by wires that are attached to the floor. The paintings are hung on the wall. The sculpture is suspended from the floor by wires that are attached to the ceiling. The paintings are hung on the wall. The sculpture is suspended from the ceiling by wires that are attached to the floor. The paintings are hung on the wall.

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a show of oil stick drawings and peculiar medium-sized sculptures. whatchamacallits. the artist seems to. there is a simplicity and humor but not jokes. No punchlines. The narratives, if they are narratives, do not loop, but instead move around. He doesnt always make the right move but hes always in a good mood. The humor isnt as strong as in his earlier drawings but still there, and the drawings are fine. The artists sensibility is strong and alive.The show is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one. It is a good one.

Result #5

occur as the artist reveals and erases his way to a climax. The work is just a series of signs. The artist is a very funny person, but he is not too clever. He is not so much an artist as he is a sign-maker. He does not elaborate on his works, nor does he reveal the secret meaning of his signs. He is one of the few artists whose work I consider to be completely sincere, although one who is also an artist.

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