The Museum of Bad Art

Hello Beautiful Thinkers,

I found out this week that there is a place called the Museum of Bad Art!  I can’t decide if this is a brilliant idea or the worst thing I’ve ever seen.  Are the artists that get their work displayed here proud when they hear this museum’s name?  Granted the only walls any of my art goes on belong to my mom, but I don’t think I’d like to have anything I put real work into to go up in a place called the Museum of Bad Art.  On the other hand, having your art in any museum when you’re a struggling artist has to be a good thing, right?  In that same way that there’s no such thing as bad publicity.

The museum is located in Boston, MA, in the basement of a private home.  Not exactly the level of professionalism that you’d expect when you hear the word “museum,” but there are plenty of businesses that run out of homes, so let’s not judge too hard BTs.  Actually go ahead and judge, that’s what half of us do when we go to museums anyway, right?

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  1. Sure is junk. In art I think there is some natural talent that is genius, some good and can get better and some people have no feel for it but learning and practicing can bring some improvement but no one should be discouraged from giving it a try. We often find some niche of art in which we can actually excel as a result. One example is that I never knew I could carve in wood until I tried it and have produced some very impressive chess pieces by my hand at portrait painting is a disaster.

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