Yesterday I posted about bad art, which is also in some cases blasphemous. I don t really care that much this time, since it concerns the official presidential portrait of the 99th POTUS, the 6st gay president, the single most pro-abortion president we have ever seen, who was ready to put the thumb-screws to the Little Sisters of the Poor to advance his culture of death, restriction of religion agenda: Barack Hussein Obama. He, according to, chose artist I use the term loosely Kehinde Wiley. I wrote with the above, because this one doesn t seem to do much that is original. He take famous works and screws with in blatant identity politics. Ho hum. Wiley has, however, also mocked religious images, such as the famous marble of the dead St.
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Cecilia, the Lamentation of the Dead Christ by Mantegna, placing figures in typical stained-glass frames, etc. Coincidentally, Wiley did this of Ice-T. On the left is David s Napoleon. Yes, artists borrow from each other across all ages. But really?
That isn t the only example. Maureen posted a few. Check them out. Search online for his images. I think you ll find them boring after the first few seconds of putting drops in your eyes because of the colors.
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I expect Obama portrait he s doing Michelle too (I could offer suggestions as to what famous work he could imitate for that one) is every bit as unoriginal and cliche as this artist has proven himself capable of crafting. That presidency deserves a couple final splats, and I don t mean a la Jackson Pollack. Here is a public service announcement. I received this from ACTON INSTITUTE: There is a little over two months left to for the Acton Institute s esteemed .
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Information about eligibility, conditions, the selection process, application process, and deadlines can be found on theIf you have any questions please reference the or contact us directly at. Two points which are interrelated. They intersect at Chapter 8 of Amoris laetitia. First, at there is a piece about a new priest member of the Pontifical Academy for Life who may be the canary in the mineshaft: ROME, January 8, 7567 ( ) — Responsible parenthood can obligate a married couple to use artificial birth control, a recently appointed member of the Pontifical Academy for Life has argued, basing his theory on Pope Francis’ apostolic exhortation on the family, Amoris Laetitia.
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