Art Enthusiast:

If you are an art enthusiast, you may wish to check out a show on Bravo called, Work of Art.

I'm not much of a TV person in general, but the first season of this show was excellent, and both my wife and I were hooked.

While I clearly have no clue if this season will be as good as last year, I'm excited nevertheless.

The second season starts on October 12th.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
If you are an art enthusiast, you may wish to check out a show on Bravo called, Work of Art.

I'm not much of a TV person in general, but the first season of this show was excellent, and both my wife and I were hooked.

While I clearly have no clue if this season will be as good as last year, I'm excited nevertheless.

The second season starts on October 12th.

Thanks for the tip... We watch Project Runway on Bravo, so this will be a nice replacement once the season ends!
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Originally posted by TPEwinedrinker:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
If you are an art enthusiast, you may wish to check out a show on Bravo called, Work of Art.

I'm not much of a TV person in general, but the first season of this show was excellent, and both my wife and I were hooked.

While I clearly have no clue if this season will be as good as last year, I'm excited nevertheless.

The second season starts on October 12th.

Thanks for the tip... We watch Project Runway on Bravo, so this will be a nice replacement once the season ends!


If as good as last season, excellent art show.

Also, a big Thank You to Sarah Jessica Parker for putting her money behind the show last season to get it rolling.

Speaking of fashion TPE, ( Big Grin) China Chow's fashion was stunning last season as the host of this show.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by TPEwinedrinker:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
If you are an art enthusiast, you may wish to check out a show on Bravo called, Work of Art.

I'm not much of a TV person in general, but the first season of this show was excellent, and both my wife and I were hooked.

While I clearly have no clue if this season will be as good as last year, I'm excited nevertheless.

The second season starts on October 12th.

Thanks for the tip... We watch Project Runway on Bravo, so this will be a nice replacement once the season ends!


If as good as last season, excellent art show.

Also, a big Thank You to Sarah Jessica Parker for putting her money behind the show last season to get it rolling.

Speaking of fashion TPE, ( Big Grin) China Chow's fashion was stunning last season as the host of this show.

Good stuff! Love John Woo movies, and thought she was hilarious in The Big Hit. A fan of her family's restaurant too! Used to eat there regularly when we were living in LA. Will definitely have this one programmed on the DVR.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
MJ, did you see the second show yet?

One of the pieces made me think of your work. Cool

Have you moved yet? Winter is looming. Razz
I did not see the second show but I will try to catch it on demand if possible or a re-run...if one of the pieces reminded you of my work it must be brilliant! Big Grin

No move yet and I fret what is to come! Be well my friend!
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Originally posted by MJAlbers:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
MJ, I saw part of the brilliant Dale collection in D.C. this past week.

I thought the Modigliani works stole the show. Cool
Brilliant! sometimes one piece can steal a show! Cool


Oh, I understand. Wink

I recently attend an exhibition, and the always great works of George Segal were show stoppers. Cool
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Originally posted by wine+art:
MJ, I just watched this weeks episode.

I thought there were two excellent works of art this week.

Have you caught up?
Yes! I was very drawn to Dusty's piece; very emotional. Young's art was intellectual, but didn't do it for me. Lola's piece was well thought out. And lastly, the Sucklord is lucky to have not been booted off- simple piece-predictable!
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Originally posted by MJAlbers:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
MJ, I just watched this weeks episode.

I thought there were two excellent works of art this week.

Have you caught up?
Yes! I was very drawn to Dusty's piece; very emotional. Young's art was intellectual, but didn't do it for me. Lola's piece was well thought out. And lastly, the Sucklord is lucky to have not been booted off- simple piece-predictable!


I would have paid serious money for Dusty's piece, but clearly Young's piece is what I/anyone could easily sell in a NYC gallery.

Sucklord over thinks everything, and is very lucky to still be on the show.

You have a keen eye, MJ.
The Sucklord is not long for the show. But when he goes hardly matters since there's only about 3 who stand a chance; Sun, Kymia and Lola (I have a mental block against Sarah). Outside chance hoping for Dusty. Would have picked Leon in the top 3 before he was unexpectedly (for me) kicked off.
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Originally posted by KSC02:
Just found this show in my local listings and scheduled a 'record series'.
K- I think you will enjoy this show and I am eager to hear your thoughts.


KSC02, if you can find season one, do so. It was better than this season.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
Just watched this weeks episode.

I will wait a couple of days before commenting, just in case you boys are behind as well. Wink
"Uprooted" was interesting, but I thought this episode was very underwhelming; I was hoping for more.


M, I think last season had much more talent. I was glad to see Dusty win 15K, he was my choice last week.

The only two weeks I have been impressed were the Pop Art show and the New York Times show.

GOOD BYE Sucklord! LOL
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Originally posted by wine+art:
I did see a piece that Sucklord did that reminded me of Lari Pittman, ( excellent works) so perhaps he just does not work well under the shows concept.
Agree, he was out of his element for this type of show and I certainly wouldn't misjudge his work (outside of the show) for that. He did need to go though!
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Originally posted by wine+art:
I did see a piece that Sucklord did that reminded me of Lari Pittman, ( excellent works) so perhaps he just does not work well under the shows concept.

Naturally I'm a big Pittman fan. Discovered him in 1992 at the MOCA Helter Skelter show. You know W+A and I would be good friends (we share the same tastes in film and art) if we didn't hate each other so much (and that he's a pompous ass.)

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