Happy Winter Holidays Season To Everyone! Shout out to all the people amused by or interested in me who like to show up on my website. I figure or estimate that half of my returning fans are hot chicks who are models or are gorgeous girls I met before. The other half are creative people who met me before, which creative expression materials or subject matter the other half non supermodels are artists in is to my guess across the board, be it music, singing, comedy, drama acting, dancers, storytelling, writing, costume design/cos play, sculpture, painting, teaching art or other subjects.
I guess I have to go and get on the ball about adding more to the website for the returning fans. Most of the drawings I made lately was ink drawings from my seat at a speaker event in Hollywood 1 month ago, and when ever I meet a very very attractive and intriguing woman who caught my immediate attention and showed her or gave her a landscape drawing as an ice breaker to meet her or just show her a part of myself through a drawing expression observation I had just made in that moment on the spot on a piece of paper. I have not done my hip hop dancing, horseback riding, or ceramics hand building sculpting for a long time. No budget/financial means currently. But as far as research goes and collecting books goes. I'm on fire. I'm researching comedians and comedy history now thoroughly. I'm pretty deep down the rabbit hole as far as my serious intentions to one day be a master of stand up comedy and knowing the tricks/rules of timing/character/delivery of stories and jokes in order to break those rules and do my own unique thing, but throw back comedy history past and present into my work whenever I feel the mood. I don't steal jokes just as I don't ape and copy others art styles or their artistic voices. It is OK to borrow someones perceptions of their world view or personal obsessions in modern art and just make it relate to what fascinates me the most changing their obsessions and fixations to my own, but keeping their sense of play and passion, not what the other artist was over the top about. In comedy you would not go and steal the premise, their persona, their looks, their style. You would want to learn how they timed their jokes, how they convinced the audience of something, how they handled hecklers. So you would be more wise to be trying out their unique gifts at the performing live end and organizational skills of coming up with a laughs every 15 seconds set than their voice of the subject or material/ideas the said in the joke. More how they say it than what they say on stage If that makes sense. I'm more into studying art history, comedy history, collecting old rare non fiction and art books, meeting new people, and doing stand up comedy right now than making art at this present moment. Art is great, but for me....stand up is a better expression....no classes or art studio space or art supplies required. If I go back to creating art again about things that infatuate me greatly like beautiful women I just adore and mean spirited bullies or dangerous, toxic people that I avoid, it will mean a lot to me...but making art about my dream ideal girl before, did not impress her...in fact probably hurt me more than helped me with coming across immature or just way off the map...Only 12 year old junior high kids with a crush on someone and outsider artists who are mentally retarded like a 11 year olds cognitive comprehension ability make art or drawings about the person the crush on badly with their name placed all over their notebooks they use in class, or in their art. I did the same thing for a while...It meant a lot to me with significant meaning of hopes and dreams and idealizing someone... I was very aware already of other known famous outsider artists writing the names of the women they are in love with from afar but see around in their artworks before I tried it out myself. It was a good fit, feeled right. But I know that it got some of the girls upset knowing that a nerdy guy has their names written like a trophy plague honorarium on his art statues...Lots of big time crushes never ended up in drawings, paintings, my statues, or even my jokes and set up on stage...I don't know what I want to create with fine art right now. I just know writing the name of your dream girl you desired on your statues is not going to help me win friends and the gentle art of not alienating some other people and making them suspect of me in general. Any girl who knows me or met me, knows very well I do not pay them for "services" bikini model calendars signed photos, do not rent them out for companionship. If they like me and want me around it has to be free of charge no minimum purchase agreement required. I hope to be social friends with my female muses. Not all of them just ignore me or reject me away to the side. Sometimes online I do get to know supermodels, so it does sometimes work as far as making new friends around the world. No joke. Some models write me off from them as a nerd right away, some write me back and still keep in touch with me about once a month or so.
YOU CAN FIND FILMED WALK THROUGH VIDEOS OF MY ART SHOW ON VIMEO AND ON YOUTUBE
MY VIMEO ACCOUNT IS 'BRENT GOODMAN' AND MY YOUTUBE ACCOUNT IS 'BRENTGOODMANFANTASY'
I had my ceramics art education themed art show on campus
Sunday JANUARY 29 th to Thursday FEBRUARY 2 nd 2012
OPENING WAS ON JANUARY 29 TH SUNDAY 5 TO 7 PM
spring 2012 at the Werby art gallery at CSULB art department
The show was a huge smash and a big hit. I did trades and sold a few pieces to people who know me or know of me and wanted my artwork where they asked for it! Usually I offer it or give it away. This time people came to me! Pretty damn cool to feel so good, so well liked, so popular, a role model and a leader, and cutting edge or something like that. No models I invited showed up to see the show. But I still had a great opening with supportive friends and family smiles were all around every where I turned. No models brought me flowers, but in reality and not fantasy land I couldn't have had a better show or more positive response! Thank You to all of my friends family and fellow students teachers and art enthusiasts who helped support me with the show, you helped me feel reallllly good inside. I felt popular as the cool "it" guy more so than usual for a whole week!
MY FIRST SOLO SHOW IN AGES SINCE ART COLLEGE IN 2001!
MY FIRST SOLO SHOW IN AGES SINCE ART COLLEGE IN 2001!