Author Archives: davidvangough
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Flogging a dead horse

It’s winter on the mountain, so colder than a witches tit , as my fingers numb painting progeny from some region of Hades. Please follow and like us:

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Dark Realism/Dark Surrealism at Gregorio Escalante Gallery

Exhibition: November 26 through December 23, 2016 Please follow and like us:

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All the Devils are here.

36″ x 48″ Oil on canvas Please follow and like us:

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Hell is truth seen too late.

What a week ,eh?  A week in which it seems the world has gone utterly barking mad. Please follow and like us:

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Cagliastro’s Feast:

Bad table manners at Djinner time 11″ x 14″ | Oil on canvas Please follow and like us:

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What doesn’t kill you

10″ x 12″-Oil on panel Please follow and like us:

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The Eternal Battle progress 1

What to say about my latest outing? I could tell you that this one has been five years in the making. Please follow and like us:

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Fridom Kahlo-Infinito

“Feet, what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?” Frida Kahlo 11″ x 14″ | Oil on panel Please follow and like us:

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Bash

Following on from the recent opening, the Dreamscapes showcase was the spectral arena in which local dignitaries of Las Vegas Please follow and like us:

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Dreamscapes Opening Reception

Bash Fine Art 1009 S. Main Las Vegas NV 89101 Saturday May 28th-June 25th Please follow and like us:

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Post Mortimer-part one

“A bizarre journey through the convoluted psyche of a medical examiner, Gough’s adopted an unsettlingly quiet voice for his protagonist, verging on the poetic as he slices open a bare-foot bridge jumper (“You have to take your shoes off before you enter the house of God”.) This runs in highly effective contrast to the variety […]

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Artist interview with Coma Music Magazine

” I keep on regardless, because the notion is as inherently terrifying and nihilistic as the alternative…” Please follow and like us:

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