Saturday, August 30, 2008

Back On the Pommel Horse.

Put me in coach!!! I'm ready. It's been a little crazy lately. Favre is on the Jets. Mike Phelps is a fish. DMX can't seem to stay out of the Miami Dade County Correctional facilities. Scuba Timmy, Jones-Harrison-jumanji-Jenkins-Roscoe-Smith, and Maxdeci all moved up North. Supertoy went back to where it all started. Me... I've got funny story to tell.

My grandmother finally got her interview for her citizenship. In the interview she was asked "Who was the first President of the United States?" Let me remind you, my grandma doesn't speak a god forsaken lick of English and lived in New York for 11 years. She simply replies "George Washington Bridge!" That was Spictaculous.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Fit for a King

This month I am paying homage to one of the best artists in our era. Here at Lambert Says we salute the greats. Max King Cap should be considered an international treasure. If there were an art olympics he would take gold in three styles. Quishenta Joans gets inside the brilliant mind of Max King Cap. It has a ring to it if you say it often enough. Go to Lambert Says Art for more with the King and I. You can also visit for more...

Monday, August 4, 2008

Le Coque

 This is epic work by Eric Cassil. I forgot the dimensions, but it is at least 5x5 and a half feet.It's big! It was to big for my car, and for the camera.  This is her early work. It is very detailed and straight forward. Her work is very refined and meticulous. Each feather is precise. She toils over her work for months and months. There is no looseness and unfinished areas or short-cuts. You see less and less art work of this genre now-a-days. (I feel like an old goat saying this.)
The reason I am posting this is because there is no reason not to. I have decided to celebrate all art and the artists on Lambert Says. Not just some art. And not just the pretty artists; (even though Ms. Cassil is quite a looker) Many artists go unnoticed their whole lives. This is also one of the first art pieces I ever traded for and this is one of the first paintings I'd seen with this type of heavy white, base paint and printed writing with bold print. How can you forget art like this? You can't. For more of Erica's work move to Chicago, just kidding. Contact Quishenta Joans or look for her yourself.