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See Me At The Holter Museum Of Art In Helena Montana

November 4, 2015

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November 12 through 15 Holter Museum of Art, Helena Montana. Come see me at the Holter. I will be there with new prints for sale at the annual Holter Holiday Bizarre. I have had a very busy summer and fall. Looking forward to getting home to Montana and enjoy the late fall weather. Holter Museum […]

The Clock is Ticking, Act Now!

January 29, 2015

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As an artist now for over 40 years one of the greatest challenges my family and I have faced is affordable healthcare. Years of struggle trying to find success as a working artist; pales in comparison to the struggle of maintaining healthcare insurance. Considering all the real and imagined threats we all face today. Terrorism, […]

One Pinch Of Gold Dust One Screw

November 13, 2014

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Yeah I haven’t written in a long time. I’ve been busy. Today when I opened my email. I got an email from my friend Fred. It’s all about the money isn’t it? I responded Yep! Fred was commenting on the Double Elvis Warhol that just sold for 37 million at Christies Auction. Damm! Andy I […]

The Isolated Studio Blog / Adventures In Suicide

April 6, 2012

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Adventures In Suicide

No Job For You! just the bill?

October 14, 2011

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More really bad news for an education in the Arts or Lessons in Greed by Chris Kirkham It seems that Wall Street Giants invested in and own many for profit Schools? Like the Arts Institutes of America. Seems they Pray on  disadvantaged students for profit. Leaving most of those students with the bill for an education that isn’t […]

The Mystery of Creamed Corn Remains a Dilemma for Artists

April 19, 2011

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Who discovered Creamed Corn, where did they get the Big Idea that shook the world.

Is the Art Market a Safe Haven for Your Money 2.0?

March 1, 2011

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Above all make your collecting a part of your life you enjoy and make your collection part of your life. You won’t go wrong, well if your careful. Remember the Hypnotic Factor of Snakes!