Andrew Wyeth – In Retrospect at the Brandywine River Museum

After striving to absorb it for decades in printed form, this retrospective is the most immersive experience I’ve had with Andrew Wyeth’s (1917 – 2009) work. And, what an experience it is.  A “once in a lifetime” assembly of work?  Featuring paintings and drawings that have spawned innumerable postcards, prints, and book covers… they all […]


WWK’s Painting Competition 2017

World Wide Kitsch is hosting its third annual painting competition! Submit your painting now by e-mailing us at desk@worldwidekitsch.com. Make sure to include your name and the title of your work. Submitted work must be completed in 2016/17. The winner of the contest will receive a $1000 gift card from Golden Paints. Entries are accepted through […]


The Ugly Truth behind Plato’s Allegory of the Cave

I often hear classical figurative painters refer to The Allegory of the Cave by Plato – of course – always in a pretentious manner – as they think themselves to be among those who see the world for what it really is. It would be an understatement to call this connection strange; it is as paradoxical as anything could ever be. […]