"Cute and Creepy" Part 1

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Something weird and wonderful is happenning in Tallahassee. The Cute and Creepy Art Exhibit - guest curated by Carrie Ann Baade. She brings together a collection of Pop Surrealism from 24 of the most imaginative and artistic minds.

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As you walk into the entrance you are greeted by "Feral Child," a piece from Judith Schaecter, who was present at the opening. Schaecter was visiting from the Rhode Island School of Design. She had given a lecture earlier in the week to FSU art students.

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Next you are greeted by these seemingly cute and cuddly rabbits from Laurie Hogin, her "Home Fire Series."

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Beautiful markings in this one by steer clear of those choppers (a panel from Laurie Hogin's "Home Fire Series")

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Another cuddly rabbit (a panel from Laurie Hogin's "Home Fire Series").

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"Elizabeth" by Kathy Olivas

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"Sentimental" by Kathy Olivas

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"Otis" by Jessica Joslin

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Detail from "Cosimo" by Jessica Joslin

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"Aster" by Jessica Joslin

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"Hellbender" by Richard A. Kirk

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"Peering into Darkness" by Richard A. Kirk

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"The Unaccountable Absence of the Wastrel" by Richard A. Kirk

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"Toddlerpede 2.0" by Jon Beinart

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Detail from "Toddlerpede 2.0" by Jon Beinart

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"An Invocation" by Judith Schaecter

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Detail from "An Invocation" by Judith Schaecter

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"The Visitation" by Kris Kuksi

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"Babbo, the Birdman / The Sicillian Scavenger" by Elizabeth Mcgrath

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"The Man with the Anal Eyes" by by Elizabeth Mcgrath

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"Jones, the Constant Sleepwalker" by Travis Louie

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"Messenger" by Ray Caesar

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"The Little Death" by Lori Field

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"Lit from Within" by Kate Clark

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Detail from "Lit from Within" by Kate Clark

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Detail from "Lit from Within" by Kate Clark

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MajorMattMason
MajorMattMason

Velocirabbits! I can see a mash-up of the rabbit scene from "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" and "Jurassic Park" with those bad bunnies. "Clever girl", indeed.