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“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time”
Thomas Merton

OM 256 - November 11 - Where yesterday and tomorrow meet - I am
by David Arthur-Simons

This month we welcome back to the mad swirl virtual stage one of our annual favorites, David Arthur-Simons! And we know you'll be as excited as we are for what he has delivered us this year in his series 365 Days Out of my Mind! In case you haven't heard, David works on one of 365 paintings and completes as much as possible in one day. He then returns to the same painting the following year on the same day adding and subtracting elements ítil the painting is "finished". As if these surreal and almost psychedelic works don't already take us through a spiritual and psychological journey as is, knowing the mad story behind the process on which these works were created makes them all the more wondrous. Get ready to get lost (and found) in the mad-imagination of this most profound and prolific minded swirler! On our mark... get set... GO! - mio

added 03.08.2014

Resident Artists

David Arthur-Simons

painting

Eric Caulfield

painting

Fannie Marie Crawford

painting

Jim Fuess

painting

Halo Jones

painting

Paula Lietz

collage/photography

Tyler Malone

photography

Toni Martin

painting

Jack Miller

painting

Edward Ödwitt

illustration

Jimmy Ovadia

painting

Peter Schwartz

painting | photography

Ana Vohryzek

painting

Sheri L. Wright

photography

Eleanor Leonne Bennett

photography

K.R. Copeland (solo)
Copeland/Crouch

multimedia

Kiki Curry

encaustic painting

Joseph A. Garrison

painting

Edward Lee

photography

Julie Luke

painting

Jon Marquette

painting

Paul McMillan

painting

Christian Millet

painting

Johnny Olson

painting | illustration

Fabio Sassi

painting

Rob Tokarz

painting

Sheri L. Wright

photography

Adam Yeater

painting

 

Welcome to the Mad Gallery! This is the place where we take the many sides of art and try our darndest to put them all in one basket.

From the furthest reaches of this mad mad world we have gathered together and featured just a few of the most maddest painters, sculptors, illustrators, & photographers that we could and swirled them all together here. Come back and visit often 'cos this mad gallery will always be revolving & evolving.

If you would like to be a part of our mad gallery please see our submissions page.