"Gee, Betty, what is is all about?"
Life, Liberty, and the
Pursuit of Happiness
(Art and Cars.)
This is a test, this is only a test. If this were a real emergency
you'd be waking up in a place known as the "Twilight Zone".
The "Back Story"
There's an ever increasing interest in Massurreal Art that's why I am dedicating a substantial part of my site to it.
I've been a Massurreal artist for 30+ years, although I wasn't sure how to classify my art. I met my dear friend, James Seehafer, by chance in Southern Connecticut. We got to talking and the topic soon changed to art. He said he does artwork, I said "I do too, but my stuff is generally considered weird". He said "mine too", and proceeded to tell me about a concept he was working on, called Massurealism.
Although I wasn't sure how to classify my art, James' description of Massurrealism suited me. My "weird" artwork, writings and photography now had a place. It turns out, there are lots of Massurrealist artists all over the world, and many I am pleased to have either met or spoken with. (http://www.universityplazapress.com/excerpts1/cite1.html links to the second book, Three Essays About Massurrealism (International Edition)
by James Seehafer / Michael Morris / Philip Kocsis
The 1957 Chevy "Project Car"