Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Stolen Art, Getting Down to Brass Tacks

Slowly but surely through Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Flickr, Google I have pretty much figured out who, when were responsible for allowing my work to get jacked and damaged.

This is really no thanks to anybody associated with the venues.
The name of the event was

Don Jon's MoBoho RoadShow Fundraiser @ Spider House Cafe!


First Rule - You Rule at Spider House
Second Rule - We Entertain at Spider House
Third Rule - MoRoadtrip Hits the Road
Music: Net, dj Navidson, dj drawdE, and more.

Come out and support your local artists!
Help us raise $1000 to create living art on the road!

Create art with us on our manipulatives table!

Art for sale and on display
Live poetry
Live music
Live fire performances
+ come out and say hello!

During this event the group went into an exhibit space and decided to bring down my artwork without notifying me. In the process one painting was stolen and an other painting was scuffed and several frames marred. No one from this group , despite being aware of the violation has ever attempted to contact me and apologize, or offer information or offer to recover my painting. If the paintings had been left on the wall they would not be missing or damaged.

To go to an exhibit and remove and replace artwork without permission is simply unacceptable and unprofessional. From top to bottom this situation reeks.

It was a self centered pompus tactic.

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