Unstinking The World Of
Peter Autoblunder

an alloy of current art forms and literary liberties

Keith Clementson

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EPISODE 1
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Denton art as part of a larger exhibit.

Title:

"The tuxedoed man stood near the store entrance with a solemn, apologetic face, watching Peggy with his hands in his trouser pockets."

Subtitle

"Egrets struggled to keep their balance on his head, shoulders and the toes of his gleaming black Oxfords. Peggy closed her eyes and privately vowed to resume her weekly visits to her psychiatrist she quit a few years ago. "What an awful, awful setback," she thought.
The birds were not at all weary of the passing shoppers, but instead were busy preening, or just looking around the store. Likewise, as if not noticing this odd spectacle, the shoppers seemed uninterested in the birds, or the tux man.
When the man saw Peggy look back at him, he began to shuffle toward the nearby exit, trying not to disturb the very birds that made him look so rediculous. At the point of exit he quietly gestured to Peggy, with a friendly wave of his arm, for her to follow him outside when she was free.

H 71" x W 62" x D 4"
oil on textured wood, canvas and broom corn
(Note: this piece stands on the floor and attaches to the wall)


EPISODE 1

See also

EPISODE 1

EPISODE 2

EPISODE 3

EPISODE 4

Please check back for future episodes.

"Unstinking Peter's World" is an ongoing exhibit of
abstract and figurative art. The exhibit
itself is an ongoing work in progress
and will be updated as artist
Keith Clementson
completes
new art.

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