Monday, July 24, 2017

interview with an artist wolf and artist falcon

hee hee hee, well mom lady interviewer, that is a very good question. i think duk duk would agree with me in saying that we think that people will be pleasantly surprised by the delicate balance of richness and restraint we used and the vibrant subtlety of the work we created for our very first fine art fair. we want our work to challenge the viewer, yet also charm them, and sometimes secretly, sometimes not so secretly, take them to their happy place. to that end, me and duk duk focused primarily on four different themes for this show.

what's that? oh no i am sorry, to maintain the joys of surprise, we cannot specifically share theme specifics nor will we preview all our fartwork now, but i can tell you we hope the themes capture the essence of nostalgia and beauty through our use of carefully selected imagery, materials, and color. as conceived and imagined by a wolf and falcon, of course. next question?

yes, i can see how one might think that, but nopies, there may some sly references to it, but with this series of fartworks we also wanted to challenge ourselves and as such there is no direct depiction of it. visual metaphors maybe. but yes i can say with absolute certainty there is no literal depiction of poopie in our work for this show. besides, that is what cyber brown wednesday is for.

how many pieces for the fair? oh, um, hmm. i think maybe 13 or 14, right, duk duk? it really depends on if we can get the kind of bubble gum remover that wont eat thru canvas if u know what i mean. what?? no, mom, okay, i know u told us we could not chew bubble gum inside but taking away our wii for three weeks is hardly commensur- um, yeah okay okay, duk duk, i agree. can we please get back to the interview, professional lady miss interviewer?

okay, yes, we decided we really like the look and feel of small but chunky canvas so that is what we used as the base for most of our fair fartwork. and we finished the sides and put hangers on the back and everything so no additional framing is needed. our biggest piece is hmmm...8x8 inches and then smallest is 3x3 and most are a nice 1 3/4 inches deep. like i said, chunky. meaty, like my rumpty dumpty.

oh yes, a great last question. our summer pop up cyber fart fair starts this friday at 10:00 am est. only at kalyxcraftopia. thank you for interviewing us and we hope 2 smell u there bc we think you will really like it. oh and here is one of our supercool fartfair posters. :)


Jasper + Amy said...

Setting my alarm to go off so I can hopefully grab some original B artwork!!