Further art discussions and notifications for the artwork of Sam Thorp
PA. July 11th,
appreciation for the dirty minded with Mia Donna and Sam Thorp
A display of shocking, salacious, wicked, wanton and blasphemous
artwork in the Steel City! There is no holding back. Artwork that
would have been censored in the more “respectable” galleries will
now be available for the discerning and consenting adult. Fetish
photographer Mia Donna and figure specialist Sam Thorp go “all out”
in applying their craft to the darker and more intimate & carnal
areas of the human psyche.
before the timid and judgmental of you cry “Pornography!” please
keep in mind that true porn does not take the time and effort to
apply the universal principles design and composition. This is art.
Art of a more challenging and adult nature. There is a difference.
But feel free to protest outside anyway. It's a free country.
night is Friday July 11th
6pm to 2am. Refreshments will include Absinthe and candy sushi.
Additional entertainment will be provided by a rope suspension demo
and belly dancing by Shrimp Scanty. Obviously, this event is 21+ up
only. Be prepared to show ID.
is a professional freelance photographer in Pittsburgh. Mia has had
many eclectic showings of her work at a variety of galleries, and was
awarded the first place Attendee's Choice winner for the Spring 2011
Naked in Pittsburgh Show.
is traditionally trained in drawing and anatomy. Sam's studio is
located near Pittsburgh, and has had numerous exhibitions in
Pittsburgh and has sold artwork the world over.
Pittsburgh's favorite tourist trap based on the eternal need to show
off the weird and unusual. As one Yelp reviewer eloquently put it,
place is MIND BLOWING!” Located
in the hilly region of Swissvale, Trundle manor is open for tours by
Juniata St, Pittsburgh, PA 15218
Labels: art, art pgh, censorship, erotic art., exhibition, exhibitions, figure drawing, fine art, photos, pittsburgh
If you have any doubt that this might be a sham, check the website..... it will clear things up immensely.
Most Wanted Fine Art has always been supportive of my work, and in April they were granted a second location in the Waterfront shops near Homestead, PA. I was fortunate enough to be part of the opening show. Sold one work during the opening weekend. Here are some photos.
Find out more about the MWFA Art Empire at: http://www.most-wantedfineart.com/
With over 78 artists participating and curated by Bob Ziller; the purpose was to raise awareness about franking and to prevent it from happening in PA's state parks.
It is my opinion that Fracking is not worth the damage it causes to the environment and ultimately the people. We should be investing in re-newable and sustainable forms of energy instead of squeezing out the last drops of dead dinosaur juice from the planet.
More info about fracking here:
Feel free to take action, call your government, & protest publicly.
As of this writing my artwork is still available. Stylish protest house signs to raise awareness and takea stand.
Contact me for purchase. Very affordable.
Labels: art, environment, fracking, pgh