MOBA Art Too Bad To Be Ignored
a work of art
William F. Murphy
30" x 30", oil on canvas
Donated by Karen McHugh (purchased at a thrift sto
MOBA #428

Green alligator flames dominate the foreground and a bright pink sky provides the backdrop for this disquieting depiction of a color-altered future in which eggs, a renewable resource, have replaced traditional hydrocarbon fuels. The artist is saying, in no uncertain terms, that unless we learn to conserve our priceless resources, the yolk will be on us.

From - Museum of Bad Art: Masterworks by Michael Frank and Louise Reilly Sacco, Ten Speed Press

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