Author Archives: davidvangough
newbrowonline

New Brow contemporary underground art

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Momento Mori

Momento Mori

Acrylic on canvas 11″ x 14″ Please follow and like us:

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New Brow IV at the Alternative Cafe gallery

Packaged and shipped the three pieces for the New Brow IV show in Monterrey this week, which knocked me back over a hundred nicker. Please follow and like us:

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Charles Bukowski portrait painting

“…Made crazy and sick by this, Made violent, Made inhuman, By this. The heart is blackened…” “Dinosauria, We” Charles Bukowski Please follow and like us:

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Dead/Ends Announcement : David Buckley

For those who have been inquiring about my book-‘Dead/Ends’ which was originally scheduled for online release today, there has been a small delay of a month or so. Please follow and like us:

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Who watches the watchmen

It’s the 25th Anniversary of Chernobyl today, so one could be forgiven for thinking that this study was painted as a response to that. Please follow and like us:

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Pacific Power

Finally picked up a few copies of Pacific-it looks none too shabby. Please follow and like us:

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Mourning Tea

Mourning Tea 11″ x 14″ Acrylic on Canvas Please follow and like us:

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Come fourth young man

So my entry for the Most Modern Art contest has taken fifth place in Pacific magazine as voted for by Facebook supporters. Thank you. The magazine is available from all Ralph stores, or to view online from the following: Pacific San Diego Magazine. Please follow and like us:

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WALKER

Inspiration-Day Five: The Walker Art Gallery

Day Five of five Things that Influenced me as a kid Living in Liverpool in the 70’s, one could have been forgiven for thinking that the only culture left was the unisong of Kop supporters singing ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’, or hearing the Beatles on the radio. Please follow and like us:

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Black Nun

Inspirations-Day Four : British TV Titles in the Seventies

Day four of five things that influenced me as a kid Perhaps it was the result of some residual psychedelic Acid trip from the Sixties at Broadcasting house’s Art department, but there seemed to be something positively unsettling about some British TV in the Seventies. Please follow and like us:

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Samuel Beckett portrait by David Van Gough

11″ x 14″ Acrylic on canvas “Birth was the death of him”Samuel Beckett. Please follow and like us:

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