Stories – Part 2

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He hides a hard truth
A closet claustrophobic
He is irony

Haiku 5 – “Claustrophobia” by Art Artz

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They stare up at him
Under the microscopes glare
His patient is cured

Haiku 6 – “Bacteri ummm…” by Art Artz

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The hero prevails
He stretches faking a yawn
He’s a first date pro

Haiku 7 – “Teenage daters” by Art Artz

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If there were no banks
Payday would be a nightmare
Get a bigger purse

Haiku 8 – “Making it rain” by Art Artz

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Fears

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“His work has changed my perception… of perception”
– Time Magazine
“After visiting his art exhibit I lay on the floor for 4 hours and wept”
– Vogue
“What is life?”
– National Geographic

These are just some of the reviews people would publish about me if my work was more popular. I wrote to Time magazine suggesting that they review my work but they did not respond.

I believe this is because of fear. Fear that if my work was to be distributed to a wider audience it might change things.
It may change the very make up of society.

Seriously though, they’re probably very busy.
I mean, I only sent a few letters, i’m sure i’ll get a reply soon.
Maybe they got lost in the mail.
…I’ll send another.

Struggles

I’ve always struggled as a world renowned artist and critic to get people to see my work. People avoid my exhibits because they are worried about it being too crowded and this is why there is such poor attendance.

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Here is one of my pieces for your eyes to digest. I think the meaning is obvious. Some people suggest to me that I should stop doing Art altogether. Maybe this is because I am too good. If I produce enough it will replace the art in all the galleries, this would be a nightmare for storage as where would you put all the old stuff? Maybe you could put my art on top of other art as shown below.

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Or I could just paint over the old ones.

I’ve sent an email to Picasso to ask for permission.

Thinks

Since the dawnings of time there has been art. Those people didn’t have cameras so¬†painting was like their¬†instagram, it just took longer. See below…

The best thing ever

Now cameras are here art is weird to make up for it. Something has been lost.