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Saturday, March 23, 2013

Museum of Natural Art and Military History

Hello loyal fans,

It's been over a year since the Grog-Blossomer's have had any of their works published. You may ask yourself what project could be so beautiful and complex that it would've taken a year to complete?

Well I present to you... The Museum of Natural Art and Military History.

This is without a doubt my favorite piece of art in the world. The Grog-Blossomers have surely earned their place alongside Ludwig Beethoven, Shia LaBeouf, and William Shakespeare . I sincerely hope you understand how revolutionary this concept truly is.

I will present the photographs from the event tomorrow. I hope all of you are excited as I am. 

With love and duty,


Chaz Johnson,
Trial Lawyer and 
Concept Analyst 


Saturday, March 17, 2012

Origins Overview




A comparison of before and after photographs brings out some of the intricate subtleties of the Grog Blossomers art.



The Grog Blossomers are never afraid to expand their art into the forbidden realm of a bathroom--they sacrifice their privacy for the sake of the art.


Bartholomew makes his famous "Sink Noodle Soup," occasionally it clogs the drain but that's nothing a $200 plumber-visit won't take care of.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

A plea from Peter


    
                      Life grants us nothing without hard work.-
                                         Horace

Dear Friends,

      I have a big day tomorrow. My flight to Scottsdale AZ leaves at 6 a.m. I have to check in to my hotel by 3 p.m. and get dressed for my appearance at an art gallery that begins only a few hours later. After checking out around midnight after no sleep, I will head to Goat-see, Montana to do an interview in the morning with KULR-TV about the Grog-Blossomers. 
    
      You may be asking yourselves why I put every piece of my heart and soul into this art. Well to put it simply it's because I believe in what we're doing. I am not writing this column to shame any of our fans into giving us money or publicity. However, I am asking all of you for a simple and honest favor.
     
     Occasionally just leave a comment or thought at the bottom of the page, or maybe just tell a friend and spread the good works that the Grog-Blossomers are doing. Sometimes it feels good to know that we can leave our work in the capable hands of our followers. Our work will only spread with your help.


 With love,
Peter Timmleer, Grog Blossomer


Genesis (The evolution of the artists)


"Apparently it's art"- Trey Brockentire, chef and author


This is a special project by the Grog Blossomer's. Not because of this projects technical achievements or the motifs embedded in this particular piece, but because this is their earliest known work. Its been several years and their audience has seen their art mature and ripen into the complex and stimulating phenomenon we've come to know. But many people have forgotten that even these geniuses once started out with nothing but their dreams, their egos, and a very bohemian lifestyle. It is with great honor to present these photographs to the public.

Bartholomew poses by the door for the preliminary photographs. Some people find the color contrast in this photograph vulgar.





They block the door of the motel to keep fans from breaking in.


          "Travel coupons are free at most rest areas". - Joshua Tommlin, actor and producer


     
                                   The puppy poster adds a homely feel to the room.







   "The plunger on the mirror is a common theme throughout the Grog Blossomers work".- Fran

Rimblay, Grog Blossomer historian







   Many audience members left the room at the unveiling of the Ramen fridge citing feelings of nausea. Some experienced hallucinations.






       Many more pictures will be uploaded in the upcoming week. Thank you for your continued support and appreciation. This gallery was sponsored by the Rattlefarm Bed & Breakfast of Knuckle-bum, West Virginia.

Please leave your comments, questions, or criticisms at the bottom of the page.





Thanks,
 Kyle Turdlemen, art evolutionist and blogger

Sunday, February 12, 2012

The Singularity Part 2 (Motel six million a.d.)


    This is the first age that's ever paid much attention to the future, which is a little ironic since we may not have one.
-Arthur C. Clarke

 Hello again. It's been a long wait I know, but part 2 of the singularity is now public. Thank you for your patience and understanding. The crowd as always, was attentive and gracious. Special thanks to Roy Cunningham & Sons for providing the catering. 


This picture tended to dazzle some of the younger member of the audience
while some of the older guests found it depressing.

                         
                     
                         I think the Chinese food on the table gives this photograph a more vibrant texture.











Getting to the finished product was a journey filled with excitement and terror.









         Another Odyssey into the minds of the Grog Blossomer's. It was
quite the show and I hope to do it again very soon. Check often for more updates in the next few days. I've heard rumors about an exhibit from one of the first shows being posted. It should be a treat, and a chance to see the evolution of the Grog Blossomer's art.


 Sincerely,
Peter Timmleer, Grog-Blossomer

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

"The Charlottestown Communion" (Last Supper Blues)


"Every beauty which is seen here by persons of perception resembles more than anything else that celestial source from which we all are come." 
-Michelangelo





A consecration of wood glue. "The altar is at the center of this masterpiece". - Rob (Critic, The Aner Journal and Constitution)


The artists debut their work to the adoring crowd.



More in-depth images of this project to come.  Thanks to the Paul 
Revere Inn & Tavern for hosting the exhibition.  The tilapia was
excellent.













                                                     Lt.  Carlos Louis Dattola, USAF
                                                                Grog Blossomer


                             More pictures from this exhibit will be posted soon.