About Radical Reconstruction Fine Art Featuring Nancy Wood
N. Carolyn Wood-Phillips, 'I did attend The Maryland Institute of Art; I liked it about as much as an inmate likes prison.' I'm hosting Liquid Eyes! My favorite artist, he appears as my public page portrait, 'Vote Libertarian: The party based on poorly written Russian Porn.' To buy his work as a T-shirt or any one of a million other 'gifts,' just go to Radical Reconstruction Fine Art, on Cafepress.com. And just remember Libertarians need gifts too. More than that they need a sense of humor about themselves. This way they get great art as well. Check out Liquid Eyes FAA page: Gorgeous. Radical Reconstruction is an artists movement utilizing found materials employed by disenfranchised artists; both are fugitive and transient: From this page, you will be able to acquire reproductions, in a variety of formats, from 'high-end' stretched canvasses to greeting cards, all with a longevity of at least fifty years. 'I draw the things around me with whatever I find in the trash; kids leave sidewalk chalk behind, at playgrounds and parks. Scraps of paper and discarded lunch bags are readily available in the trash. My work and I are the product of 'poverty pimps' and rip-off charities. Which came first the 'poverty pimp' or the poor person; the chicken or the egg? If we could get people off of the street by giving to charities, homelessness would have ended a long time ago. Homelessness can start with 'late-onset Blondness' and the stigma attached to it. (You can't tell from my picture, that's the tragedy of it.) So, buy my art.