Monday, 21 September 2015

The Genius Brett Williams, Part Deux

Hello Art Lovers and welcome to your favourite blog about the happenings inside of the world famous Urban Paradise Art Gallery.

Earlier this month there was a global outcry for one of our local artists and following on the heels of that there has been another huge outcry for the works of Brett Williams.

I have received ten of thousands of emails and letters asking for, and demanding, that I do a follow up of Brett Williams’s art on the blog.

I am delighted that all of you wonderful art lovers out there have taken Brett to your heart’s.

Brett is not only a very talented man but a very kind hearted person and an all around great human being.

With that said, I am proud to present the Genius Brett Williams, Part Deux.

Nullius in verba.

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Billy Freedom

Hello Art Lovers.

Aretha Louise Franklin sung about it in the Blues Brothers, Elton John sung about it in reference to the American Revolution and it is the thing we all need most in our lives, freedom.

Freedom is the cornerstone of every democracy on the planet and now it is the cornerstone of the Urban Paradise Art Gallery.

Billy Freedom is the newest art sensation to hit Queensland in years. She creates traditional aboriginal art that hits your soul like the blues of Robert Johnson.

Billy has her own website at so you can go straight from here to there and admire this passionate man’s work.

I suggest you come on down to the art gallery and see these paintings for yourself, they are well worth coming down for.

Nullius in verba.

Wednesday, 2 September 2015

A Global Outcry For Melanie Glenister Part Deux

Hello and welcome Art Lovers.

Today we are showcasing the second part of ‘A Global outcry for Melanie Glenister’.

I know many of you have been waiting on the edge of your seats for this since I unveiled part one last week.

Before I show you Melanie’s fabulous works of art, I would like to share with you some letters I received demanding to see Melanie’s work displayed on the blog.

Harold Francis Callahan from San Francisco, California wrote:
“Now I know you are a busy man Mr. Carmen, if that is your real name, but not having Melanie Glenister on your art blog is a crime and I don’t like criminals. So you need to put Melanie’s art up as soon as possible, punk!’

Edmund Blackadder from London, England wrote:
“Mr. Carmen, if that is in fact your real name, I can see from the absence of art work by the great Melanie Glenister that your understanding of fine art is very small indeed. Unfortunately it's not the only thing that is very small indeed. Your brain for example, is so minute that if a hungry cannibal cracked your head open, there wouldn't be enough to cover a small water biscuit.”

 Mr. G. Hammer from Tampa, Florida wrote:
“I've got a good mind to go out and join a club and beat you over the head with it. How can you not have the great Melanie Glenister on your blog? Next time I see you, remind me not to talk to you.”

These letters go on and on and on in the same fashion. I must have received at least 10,000 of them from all over the globe.

So without further ado here is more of the artist you have been crying out for, Melanie Glenister.

Nullius in verba.