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Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition
April 5th - 30th
Check out the opening!
Solo Exhibition - Opening April 5th, 7-10pm
Featuring the art of
Terribly Odd
Orlando/Miami, FL
A native of Cat Island, The Bahamas, (though born in Miami during a mainland visit by his parents), Terribly Odd grew up in poverty as the son of a dirt farmer. He had little formal education and at the age of 15 was sent to Miami to live with the natives, in order to forestall a growing tendency toward delinquency. While In the U.S., Terribly Odd first experienced the pop culture society that blankets the country - a great shock to a boy coming from a place where he could only manage to receive two television stations on antenna fashioned from aluminum foil. In Miami, Odd found an unknown determination to find and create opportunities for women in crotchless panties, and naughty children.

In his late teens, Terribly Odd traveled to Savannah, did menial jobs and found safety and comfort in the shelter of bus terminals. After a stint at the Savannah College of Art and Design, Odd soon realized that he would rather produce "miserable" works and kissed-off the thought of ever creating "fine" art.

Odd's work ranges from the surreal to the decaying scenes of sheer horror spanning film, music, and the unconventional beauty of pop culture; always looking to tread the line between innocence and indecency.
Children of a Lesser Odd

Edward Blister   Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition

Edward Blister

Artist:
Terribly Odd

Medium:
Mixed media, framed back

Size:
12.00in Wide x 14.00in High

After losing his sight at such an early age, Edward Blister began setting fires to cope with the rage...

$225.00

Helen Smith   Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition

Helen Smith

Artist:
Terribly Odd

Medium:
Mixed media, framed back

Size:
12.00in Wide x 14.00in High

Lovely Helen Smith isn't like the other kids...

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Walt Windelman   Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition

Walt Windelman

Artist:
Terribly Odd

Medium:
Mixed media, framed back

Size:
12.00in Wide x 14.00in High

With a flick of his wick and a gaze in his eyes, Walt Windelman has been known to hypnotize...

$225.00

Elizabeth Green   Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition

Elizabeth Green

Artist:
Terribly Odd

Medium:
mixed media

Size:
12.00in Wide x 14.00in High

Meet Elizabeth Green just as she was born, in place of ears, ram like horns...

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Johnny Winters   Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition

Johnny Winters

Artist:
Terribly Odd

Medium:
mixed media

Size:
12.00in Wide x 14.00in High

Unable to curb his use of vulgarities and smut, little Johnny Winters' has had his mouth sewn shut...

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Frankie Phillips   Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition

Frankie Phillips

Artist:
Terribly Odd

Medium:
Mixed media, framed back

Size:
12.00in Wide x 14.00in High

Unfortunate Frankie Phillips, the hapless child should be dead, after living six months with a stake through his head...

$225.00

Lyle Livingston   Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition

Lyle Livingston

Artist:
Terribly Odd

Medium:
Mixed media, framed back

Size:
12.00in Wide x 14.00in High

With slow speech and a lack of with Lyle Livingston may seem quite dull...

$225.00

Dorothy Sutton   Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition

Dorothy Sutton

Artist:
Terribly Odd

Medium:
mixed media

Size:
12.00in Wide x 14.00in High

Poor sweet Dorothy Sutton, who's eyes were scratched out and replaced with buttons...

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William Brewster   Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition

William Brewster

Artist:
Terribly Odd

Medium:
Mixed media, framed back

Size:
12.00in Wide x 14.00in High

Our good boy William Brewster, has the manners of a saint, and the head of a rooster...

$225.00

Susy Ozo   Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition

Susy Ozo

Artist:
Terribly Odd

Medium:
mixed media

Size:
12.00in Wide x 14.00in High

Though 3 foot 3 is all she stands, teeny Susy Ozo can be a lethal weapon with her bear hands...

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Charles Keith   Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition

Charles Keith

Artist:
Terribly Odd

Medium:
Mixed media, framed back

Size:
12.00in Wide x 14.00in High

Dentists aren't sure what to make of Charles Keith, who was literally born with a row of horses teeth...

$225.00


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