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Art of the Day: Saturday March 17, 2012


- by Dawn Williams

This week's theme: Something for Everyone

Have you ever been to one of those huge candy stores? The ones that carry old fashioned candies, hard to find candies, new candies, obscure candies as well as the classic favorites. They really do have something for everyone. When it comes to art, artists have much the same variety of media and techniques to choose from. Some are traditional, some more modern and there are always some born from artists experimenting and pushing against what is expected. Much like choosing candy in a candy store, an artist can choose how and with what they wish to create. They can try things new to them, enjoy their favorites or mix it all up. This week we have seven unique artists and their individual choices.

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Art: WrongBitch by Artist Dawn Williams
Wrong Bitch (a/k/a Flora) is a little bit rock and roll and a whole lot beautiful. She lived in the days of wine and roses, thus her name but she was oh so much more...a little bit Tina Turner (Beyond Thunderdome) and a little bit Athena or Xena... pick your poison, she's definitely the "wrong bitch" to mess with.  

She is made of sheet metal, flashing, grommets, paper and silk flowers. She stands a little over 2 1/2 feet tall and is perfectly proportioned by width.

She was a hit in her most recent show (Biting the Apple - Gallery de Grindhouse - Silk Stocking Sirens and Beefcake Boys") with many people taking their photos with her, which wasn't a problem, as she is definitely not shy...

She even made the news...

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Detail Image for art WrongBitch


Detail Image for art WrongBitch


Detail Image for art WrongBitch



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