Beachwood Tree
Child of the Camps
Crab Farm
     
Farm Landscape
Garden Bug
 
     
Hunger
I HATE WAR
Madonna of the Camps
Movies on my Mind
Sail Away Lady Sail Away
War is Death
     
War is Dead Children
Where Were We?
Brent & Dina (commission)
     
Brent & Dina Abstract
Burka
Darur Pieta
     
Genocide
Refugees
Harley D. & Rich
     
Salsa
Flowers (commission)
War Crime (etching)
     
Black-Jesus
Floater-in-the-eye
The-cello
     
Spring-on-the-Street
Death-on-the-street
Garden-to-Grow
     
Street-Musicians-
Barcelona
Musicans-Detail
Out-on-a-Limb
     
Young-Girl-Eating-
Pomegrana
Young-Girl-Eating-
Pomegrana2
Rte-77-Heading
     
Rich-Teeth
The-cook-dreams
self-portrait
     
Terminal-Junctions
Snow White's Apple
Tasting Apples
     
Eve's Apple
Adam's Apple
Apple Season
     
Chapman's Apple
Green Apple
How Bout Them Apples
     
One Bad Apple
Humus
Humus
 


My advice is to just keep working because if you are worried about whether your work is great art, or any kind of art at all, you are wasting time. You have to be dead a long time before society figures out what may be your worth to the world. And besides, who knows whether today’s art will be tomorrow’s ‘important work’ or yesterday’s kitsch.


Copyright 2006. All rights reserved. Pat Fallon.