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Blue Barack Obama

Monday, July 6th, 2009 | No Comments »

Megan Coyle writes in: “I made this mini collage entirely from magazine pages. All of my work focuses on creating representational work from recycled magazines, and I usually focus on portraits of people. When Obama was running for president, I was inspired to create a series of portraits of such a historical political figure. “Blue Barack Obama” is 7″x5″, and the work of art is part of a series of small collages. By working on a smaller scale, I was challenged to cut the right shapes of paper to get a good likeness of Obama.”

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Obama Abstracta (Soft colors and emotional latitude)

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009 | 4 Comments »

Jamullah artist Grant Wallace just sent in this lovely abstract piece simply called Obama: “utilizes flow and automatism in this painting. Soft colors and emotional latitude help capture the moving nature of Obama’s presidency.”

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Yes We Can

Thursday, February 5th, 2009 | No Comments »

This beautiful blue work just came in from Sarah Spalsbury: “24×36 mixed media on canvas. Background is a collage of the November 5th USA Today.” See the full thing inside.

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Obama house

Thursday, November 20th, 2008 | No Comments »

Spotted in gilsonrome’s photostream, this is one of the oddest murals that me have seen. On one side of the window we see Obama’s smiling face. On the other? His enthusiastic thumbs up. Location is listed as “McGee St., Berkeley”.


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