state sponsored art


You may be wondering why I am taking the time to write this article. Knowing that there are so many critical issues in our world today, I thought it would be a good time to reintroduce you to the Art process. You might ask why I would do this at this time. Obama wants to […]

The Patriot Pony Project: Explanation of Project

Why support this project? To promote America and patriotism through the arts…

Utilizing Conservative Principles of Propaganda

…As a political artist, I well understand the power of a strong and succinct image, that, through repetition, becomes an influential icon. In this way, the arts have become one of the most powerful influences on the American people and culture, with few of us aware of how it happened…

The Liberty Revolution Art Tour

Imagine. A liberty themed art show, touring America, spreading the message of freedom and individualism. It is in the works, from several different angles…

How has Art Been Used for Propaganda Purposes?

…Artists, being some of the more emotional members of society, might very well have a better understanding of how to manipulate others. A well placed graphic, the right splash of color or use of contrast, severe cropping or juxtaposition of opposing objects will easily lead the viewer to form a desired opinion…

How Can Art Affect Public Perceptions, Opinions and Philosophy?

Art affects people on many levels…I am currently conducting research and soliciting feedback from the art community on the uses of propaganda and its influence on society…

Propaganda: Definitions

This post is the first in a series, processing the research I am doing for an essay on propaganda. It is my belief that people no longer have an accurate understanding of the term Liberty and all of its implications. Through the use of honest propaganda techniques, I am seeking to raise awareness of the limitations on our liberties, and the solutions available to us.

Art by the People vs Art for the State

Before I went to DC for the 9/12 March, I was all fired up by the NEA. That would be the Endowment for the Arts, rather than the equally useless National Education Association. The reason, as I pointed out in previous articles, is the move by the NEA to sponsor pro-Obama agenda items.I’ve always opposed […]