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    Re: "Best of the Land" has been Sold

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve DeGaetano View Post
    There's plenty of them. This one has more talent in her little finger than Tuzon.

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    I do like her "upskirt" Jesus.

    And the Tuzon, I liked it - "off-model" and all. Pricey, for sure, but it was a hell of a lot more interesting than a limited edition Pixar giclee.
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    Re: "Best of the Land" has been Sold

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve DeGaetano View Post
    I didn't say ALL 12-year olds were talented. But there are lots that do have talent. And if Tuzon was attempting to mimic the style of *most* 12 year olds, he succeeded.

    I mean, Like Tuzon, my four-and-a-half year old can draw a triangle and call it a mountain.
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve DeGaetano View Post
    There's plenty of them. This one has more talent in her little finger than Tuzon.

    http://www.artakiane.com/home.htm
    you know, constructive criticism is fine, but why don't you take your meaningless insults elsewhere.

    the painting is not that muted in person. its a poor photo from disneys website. This painting had great texture. It was painted on wood, not canvas. Im sorry most of you didnt enjoy it. It has such an earthy texture quality to it. so many paintings nowadays are just big bright colors and flat as hell.

    the painting was located as you enter the art of disneyland and hook right around the corner inside. it was the first painting. I think Alice or Tink is there now.

    Splash was deliberately excluted. the paining is 2007.

    And just so many of you are who knew to disney, disney likes to jack upt he prices. you can purchase Rich Tuzon work at 1998 gallery on melrose for 700-900. so that extra 2G's is all disney. The disney bump i say.

    Here is some of other Rich's work. He's also been an Illustrator for Disney for 10 years.

    This has a similar feel and color as "Best of the Land"


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    Re: "Best of the Land" has been Sold

    To think people just have that money to throw away.

    I like the painting, though.

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    Re: "Best of the Land" has been Sold

    Quote Originally Posted by orbitalpunk View Post
    you know, constructive criticism is fine, but why don't you take your meaningless insults elsewhere.
    The person who was supposed to offer "constructive criticism" was his art teacher. My criticisms aren't meant to be an art lesson. They were meant to criticize.
    Last edited by Steve DeGaetano; 08-05-2008 at 06:27 AM.

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    Re: "Best of the Land" has been Sold

    Quote Originally Posted by orbitalpunk View Post

    Second picture down is just so perfect... the way she stands out from the foreground. The third picture makes me want to build a tree house.
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    Re: "Best of the Land" has been Sold

    I like the best of the land painting... mostly cause of the idea behind it... but the colors are too muted and the recreations are odd looking to me.

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