Art, what else?
Frank Kwiatkowski

Ever tried to taxonomize a web site? It's a losing battle. See also photos, movies, music, software, poetry, writing, theater.

All art is in the public domain.

Past shows


What do different artists do with the same few raw materials?


Christmas tree on a train.


Participatory poetry.


Series of “Love” paintings.

marquee abuse

See it to believe it.


Pointless stop sign intervention.


Tree ring history.

Featured visual art

“Affirmation.” Foamcore, adhesive letters, tape. 42″×32″. 2013.

Screen Tests. Digital video. 2012.

Short close-ups of people's faces. Exhibited at Art After Dark May 17–19, 2012.

Julie Baleriaux

Untitled. Watercolor, tempera on canvas. 11″×14″. 2012.

“Beloved Snail Friend.” Watercolor, tempera, oil pastel on canvas. 14″×11″. 2012.


“Wszystko Będzie Dobrze.” Latex paint and Rust-Oleum on reclaimed door. 42″×72″. 2012.

“Wszystko Będzie Dobrze” is Polish for “everything will be okay.” The black streaks are reflections of the sun shining through window blinds. Exhibited at Art After Dark, May 17–19, 2012. $800.

“Relax.” Block print. Approx. 19″×19″. 2011.


“Please Do Not Touch the Art.” Ink on canvas. 18″×14″. 2011.
This piece is incomplete until after being hung in public. Displayed with drawing materials, viewers are invited to vandalize it.

“Fuck this Shit.” Ink on canvas. 20″×16″. 2011.

“Les Demoiselles d’Avignon.” Oil on paper. 11″×14″. 2011.


Untitled. Oil, watercolor on paper. 11″×14″. 2011.


Untitled. Ink, dirt on aluminum. 11″×14″. 2011.

Looks good under different light sources.

“The Everyman.” Watercolor, ink, paint pen, blood on paper. 8.5″×5.5″. 2011.


“Blue #1.” Oil on paper. 8.5″×5.5″. 2011.