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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The viewer is left to ponder the cause, as well as the artist's decision to memorialize this fish's demise.
Pink carnations defy gravity in this unlikely still life. Free from the constraints of their vase, the flowers stand independently tall, proud, and in full bloom.
A delightful bouquet sits atop a keyboard guaranteed to tie the musician's fingers in knots.
An unusual combination of sporting goods and fashion accessories provides the viewer a feast of color and texture.
The artist made an interesting attempt to make the canvas look like an enlarged 35mm contact print by painting a brown border containing fourteen white rectangles.
The sad fate of the luscious little orange is clear as it innocently sits before the red juicer and its ominous shadow.
A lemon standing on end, a yacht in a urine bottle. The oddly skewed rendering of each object lends an other-wordly quality to this otherwise simple still life.