Nature calls at the Museum Of Bad Art: Latest exhibition will feature images of wildlife - realistic, imaginary (and often unidentifiable)
BRUNO TIGER Anonymous 24"x36", acrylic on canvas Purchased in Brooklyn, NY and donated by Maria & Alex Radus, June, 2010 It is interesting to ponder the fate of the owner of the rucksack next to a Bengal tiger standing in shallow water. Had the noble beast eaten an average size man or woman, his belly would probably hang into, or at least skim. the puddle. It is probably safe to conclude that either the owner was a small child, or has abandoned the pack and is the object of Bruno's hungry, vaguely man-faced, gaze.I hope you include the interpretations with the art.