Archive for September, 2007
First there was Maryse Casol who was annoying me with her spammy internet marketing, and now there’s a new player who is trying to enter this market. This “marketer” was spamming all the “Most Expensive Paintings Ever”-pages on the internet (of which I own a few), with his comment that there’s new most expensive artist ever. Sure thing, if actually one of his paintings sold for the € 150 000 000 they are asking.
I really hate this kind of borderline marketing and don’t want anyone to be fooled by this. Good thing Google will soon rank me pretty good for the name Dogmael Damien, just as well as it did with Maryse Casol.
Inspired by yesterday, here’s another shadow play.
I love the way Raymond Crowe describes himself as the only unusualist in Australia.
I don’t think this one is a reproduction from a famous painting in art history, but I could be wrong.
Today I had some time to wander around Ebay again which is where I found the artist Nancy Poucher. She uses pastels which really seem to suit the nautical scenes she depicts. This painting is called Sailboat Reflections II and measures 5 x 7 inches (13 x 18 cm). And ofcourse, here’s the website from Nancy Poucher.