Red Scharlach (redscharlach) wrote,
Red Scharlach
redscharlach

Peggy Guggenheim, eat your heart out

It is a little-known fact that many of the titans of twentieth-century art often supplemented their major commissions by knocking out a bit of Harry Potter fan art on the side. Tragically, these works were generally shoved to the back of a drawer and were forgotten by history... until now. Today I can reveal that after literally hours of ceaseless research, I have finally succeeded in tracking down a few of these lost masterpieces and can hereby reveal them to the world. Ladies and gentlemen, critics and comrades, I present to you the inaugural exhibition of the Harry Potter Gallery of Modern Art:

Rest assured that if my art-world contacts ("Honest Dave" Flugelheim and Sir Byron Sewer) turn up trumps and discover any other Potteresque meisterwerks fit for public consumption, you lot will be the first to hear about it...

EDITED to say that thanks to a plug from daily_snitch, I've had a sudden influx of visitors (hello all!) that has caused my Geocities site to fall over unconscious for a while. In the meantime, I've moved the pics to my "other" webspace so you can all actually see them. (I suppose this is life telling me to move my site properly instead of procrastinating about it for months – heigh-ho! For the moment, anyone who wants to see the rest of my art will have to sneak back on a quieter day....)
Tags: fan art, harry potter
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