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Alisa Gonzalez

Alisa Gonzalez

Los Angeles, United States

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Killing Time a QUADRUPLE Feature? wow!

Killing Time:"http://www.redbubble.com/mybubble/art/2182526-2...

I am so pleased. It is wonderful enough to be featured in any group, but to be hit with a triple shot is elating. Thank you SO much!

Featured in the All Things Orange Artwork Gallery group on December 6, 2008

Featured in the Art Inspired By Dreams roup on December 8, 2008

Featured in the Dream & Fantasy group on December 8, 2008

Featured in the Graphic Editing 101 group on December 12, 2008

New Work

i finally hunkered down and got some photoshopping done (this time of year, that’s the only kind of shopping i like to do). i’m happy with the way Killing Time came out. it feels good to finally do something for myself.

the theme truly encompasses what my my life has felt like this past year of new motherhood.

what's been going on with me

well, i moved. which is a royal pain in the ass. you never realize how much crap you accumulate until you have to pack it up and haul it into a new place. the only good thing about it is you tend to throw out a lot of junk. i love where we are now. we live at the marina near venice beach, ca now. i’m inspired to start using the camera more. yay

also, we got a puppy. she’s a three-month old english bulldog. she is a-frickin-dorable. her name is maggie but i call her magnet since she never leaves my side.

so things have been extremely busy, but in a good way. now i’m off to view your stuff. ;)

Alex and Maggie, respectively.

I Love My Favorites

They make me so happy.

It’s like going through a jewelry box full of marvelous and beloved pieces. I just love visiting them (almost on a daily basis) and saying “Hello, friends. Lovely to see you again”.

Thank you for creating them. Truly.


Taking Art TOO Far -Guillermo Vargas "Habacuc"

In the 2007, the ‘artist’ Guillermo Vargas Habacuc, took a dog from the street, he tied him to a rope in an art gallery, starving him to death.

For several days, the ‘artist’ and the visitors of the exhibition have watched emotionless the shameful ‘masterpiece’ based on the dog’s agony, until eventually he died.

But this is not all… the prestigious Visual Arts Biennial of Central America decided that the ‘installation’ was actually art, so that Guillermo Vargas Habacuc has been invited to repeat his cruel action for the biennial of 2008.


Sign the petition HERE

Please do it.

It’s free of charge, there is no need to register, and it will only
take 1 minute to save the life of an innocent creature.

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