Aspen, CO – The Gonzo Gallery is now officially broadcasting from www.gonzogallery.com. Artwork by the usual cast of characters - Thomas W. Benton, Ralph Steadman, Hunter S. Thompson, and William S. Burroughs - is now online including work that's never been available for purchase before.
We also decided to leave behind the old Thomas W. Benton website and showcase his work in a lavishly post-modern style at www.tomwbenton.com. Unlike our previous, quasi-analog site, you can actually purchase original prints and paintings now.
And if two new websites weren't enough, curators, important curators, who stand as pillars of artistic acumen have chosen to include The Gonzo Museum in the Art Genome Project (Think Pandora for artwork) and feature the Museum on their website Artsy. Thus, Gonzo joins the illustrious ranks of The Getty and The Guggenheim in the annals of art history proving that savage genius will survive in an era of reality television and Snapchat.
If you'd like to tell us what you think of the websites or have a question about a specific work, we'd love to hear from you.
With regards from Fat City,
Daniel J. Watkins
About The Gonzo Gallery
The Gonzo Gallery is curated by Daniel Joseph Watkins and is located in Aspen, Colorado. The Gonzo Gallery displays artwork by Thomas W. Benton, prints by illustrator Ralph Steadman, shotgun artwork by journalist Hunter S. Thompson and paintings by author William S. Burroughs.