Banan-ART! Masterpieces recreated on fruit as artist uses pin to ‘tattoo’ skin

Another wonder from one of my favorite artists… Phil Hansen (yes, this is the same one that did the Amy Winehouse piece i posted and the piece i posted day before yesterday with the pancake piece.)

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Hello. My actual name is Emelie. I am an artist in San Francisco. I started out my early life deep in the Santa Cruz mountains. I left Santa Cruz shortly after graduating High School in 1992 and moved up to the city. I have been in sf ever since and more specifically Bernal Hts. since 2009. I work in a number of mediums usually depending on the space i have to work in. In SF that can vary greatly! I look forward to sharing my thoughts, observations and photos with you all. Hopefully at the very least i will give you a little chuckle once and a while. Thank you for stopping and reading my little blog. I encourage all who stops by to leave comments. I will read them all and appreciate the time you spend with me! Sincerely to you all! Emelie (aka, Bluepearlgirl) To see some of my artwork, please check out ........... Another blogger Mskatiekins sums my blog up pretty well... here is what she said.... "BluePearlGirl’sWorld – This is one diverse blog. This sassy gal tackles big issues as well as posting funny and uplifting little pick-me-ups. I’d love to learn more about you and your art/creativity!"

3 thoughts on “Banan-ART! Masterpieces recreated on fruit as artist uses pin to ‘tattoo’ skin

    • That is a great question with no easy answer. I doubt it will ever change because there is (no offense!) so much bourgeois attitude within the “art scene” towards the outside world that fuels the intimidating-ness of galleries (especially the high end high scene art galleries). I think that adding music helps, Music draws its own crowds and breaks down walls Otherwise, i think most of us just wait until they become famous enough to have a show at a museum. The workers at the gallery could be friendlier as well but that goes back to their art scene mentality. Hard to have both at the same time.

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