S: Seasons of Change
FC: of change
1: A Year in Review
3: The Stuckist Movement -- a rebellion against conceptual art -- a tale of humanism, expression, romantic art, and aesthetic -- by Stephen Wallace
5: This is a portrait of Billy Childish, another stuckist. -- by Mark D. Some would argue this is a caricature, because of the exaggerated facial expressions. Since the stuckist movement is new, most of the paintings are from the modern day era -- starting in the 80s.
7: One of the most common traits about stuckism is that it is rebellious in two ways -- politically, it is a response to the tyrants of the Thatcher/Reagan era. This is "The Forcibly Bewitched," by Ella Guru. Themes of addiction, beauty and sexuality are explored in her work. This painting, the theme of the art, is about human expression. Some elements of romantic era paintings are carried over, here, as well as classical paintings -- which focused on humans in their natural poses, not as gods or as divine beings.
9: Eamon Everall's "The Marriage. Stuckism is also dubbed "Remodernism," for its focus on humanism -- meaning our entire human experience, our whole range of emotions, and so on, and a rebellion against "conceptual art," meaning focusing more on the abstract -- which the stuckists view as unartistic. Formally called "The Stuckists International," It is also a part ogf the Globalization movement, its goal is to raise the consciousness of the world through humanistic art, through bringing back painting as a medium, through a wide variety of styles, themes, and diversity of thought.
11: Anxiety, by Kelly Jane | Stuckism pulls elements from other works. This painting pulls from the expressionist movement, invoking similar elements from the famous painting, The Scream.
13: The Stuckist Movement also has a photography ethic, this work, "Looking Down," is an excellent sample of perspective, profile, and background.
15: A stuckist/surrealist work, by Phillip Kane "Exquisite Corpse"
17: Christian Malsch -- Stuckist Photography, experiments in lighting and perspective.
19: The Stuckists' are the most strident critics of the contemporary arts scene as dominated by conceptual artists like Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst and encouraged by the likes of Sir Nicholas Serota of the Tate and the collector Charles Saatchi. - Louise Jury, The Independent
22: Bibliography: http://thethingis.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2007/10/TheStuckistsPunkVictorian.jpg http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a1/2006%2C_Stuckist_Turner_Prize_demo_2006_%284%29.jpg
23: Ella Guru: http://www.stuckism.com/ www.stuckismphotography.com/pages/home.html
25: The more you laugh the longer you live
28: Spring is Here
30: is in the air...
33: "I hope you always have a shell in your pocket...and sand in your shoes."
35: Day at the Beach
37: Lasting Memories...
38: "An open home, an open heart, here grows a bountiful harvest." - Judy Hand
41: Playing in the leaves! | The more you laugh, the longer you live.
42: These Are The Moments I Live For
46: Warm & Cozy
47: wonderland | Dashing Through the Snow
49: Home is where there's someone to love, and someone to love us.