The Museum of Bad Art collects and exhibits original art in which "something has gone wrong."
The collection ranges from the work of talented artists that have gone awry to works of exuberant execution by artists barely in control of the brush.
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According to a mycologist friend of MOBA, "Possible chantarelle in upper left corner. Likely boletus family 'shrooms in upper right corner and sprouting out of the top of his head. A flush of shaggy manes emerging from his mouth. Others are unknown, but appear to have little culinary interest."
The artist writes, "...an emotive portrait of myself as a college student in the late '70s."
A mystical blue figure is depicted gazing at, and perhaps conversing with, a dream-like chili pepper dragon.
A Blueish mother gave her son a green shirt and a yellow shirt for his birthday. When he next visited his mother, the nice Blueish boy wore the green shirt, only to hear his mother cry, "What's the matter, you didn't like the yellow one?"
And you thought you were having a bad day!
James Joyce is depicted in a realistic, if slightly hydrocephalic, manner against a psychedelic background. His bow tie appears to be an afterthought.
The artist employs a no-holds-barred approach to graphically depict the archetypal news non-event.
"All you need is love..."
Sooz succeeds in getting us to think about the nature of feet and to face our discomfort with asymmetry in any human form.
A fine example of late twentieth century social commentary on furniture.