Walter Brown

Walter Brown

July 28, 2017

We all know that the world is messed up right now. Much of what is going on is dark, leading us to question the quality of our future. My job as an artist (as I see it) is to attempt to make sense out of the craziness. I am most likely deluding myself by thinking that […]

April 25, 2017

I was on the verge of moving on from #dogurineart. True, it’s a blast taking photos of patterns made on the sidewalk by anonymous dog urine.  True, I finally have a subject that actually makes blogging enjoyable.  True, dog urine art gives me an opportunity to be irreverent, silly, funny, etc. while simultaneously providing me […]

April 20, 2017

Even if you are not into #dogurineart , YET, and believe me, I can understand why that may be, you’ve got to admire the abstract composition, heightened by the addition of the wet brown to the variegated concrete. I am no fan of dog urine.  Believe me.  It’s kind of disgusting. But after years of […]

April 12, 2017

Ever since Duchamp hung a urinal on the wall and threw the art world into turmoil, the question of what Art actually is has been debated. The art world is one of a few places where copying, out-right plagiarism, and appropriation are permissible and even admired.  In this context, a random abstract pattern on a […]

April 4, 2017

Dog Urine Art (DUA) is best observed on the sidewalks of a big city, where the random patterns of wet dog urine assume abstract shapes as they dry on the pavement. If you live where your dog relieves himself/herself on grass, you are out of luck. Another reason that the city is good for DUA […]