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To each his own, but the wearing of the mantle of adulthood by immature forms and artistes is quite irritating, and degrading to creative art.
Indian the self-proclaimed champion of the democracy seems to be a puppet in the extremist groups, somewhere they are attacking the minorities like Muslims and Christians and somewhere threatening the artistes, that is a pity and a crucial moment for the Indian leadership, on the other hand, it reflects the corrupt political system of this great democratic entity.
And quite frankly, how many experienced (older) artists, who CAN meet deadlines AND work for a less exorbitant page rate, AREN'T working because companies are busy promoting overpaid "artistes" who can't get a book out on time OR tell stories coherently, but do GREAT pin-up pages?
Hell, I'll probably watch highlights of this telecast on youtube but I aint gonna waste 3 hours of my life sitting through a bunch of actors and "artistes" kissing each others butts.
I was a gallery member, attending openings, rubbing elbows with other "artistes".
Selling Out James Gurney 2010
Clothes sure can get freaky when people in the fluff industry fashion designers fancy themselves 'artistes' rather than artisans.
A Redefining Moment elena maria vidal 2009
I have a mere 14 of those on the list, but I would seriously question a lot of the albums on there, it seems like a lot of people voted for albums by gay artistes which is totally different.
"The 100 Greatest, Gayest Albums (of all time)." Ann Althouse 2008
English manager -- Pa knew them all by name -- Harrasford, the man for whom a whole nation of "artistes" toiled and moiled nightly.
The Bill-Toppers J. Andr�� Castaigne
Ah, me! how charming and how beautiful "artistes" were in those golden days!
Among the throng of "artistes" on that far-off March day there came a bright little fellow of ten or eleven years, a rope-dancer and a favorite with the crowd.
Historic Boys Their Endeavours, Their Achievements, and Their Times Elbridge Streeter Brooks 1874