Weekly artist series: Week 8 Part 1 #OttoDix

Week 8 Part 1 Otto Dix


Wilhelm Heinrich Otto Dix 2 December 1891 – 25 July 1969) was a German painter and printmaker, noted for his ruthless and harshly realistic depictions of Weimar society and the brutality of war. Along with George Grosz, he is widely considered one of the most important artists of the Neue Sachlichkeit. [source]


I adore the figures of Otto Dix.

I’ve posted about the following interactive art piece, Apologies to Otto Dix (Frida Kahlo/Otto Dix study), before.  Its journey continues.

I started the piece awhile back and first allowed people to add to during my March 10th event, the April 3 outdoor art market, then my June 23 event, then with Tracey Bell and lately at ART HEALS!  It’s still in progress.

Dustin Jones at March 10th art event


As of Jan 21:

Look up Otto Dix images.

Simply copy/interpret your favorite one.


Barbie by Jocelyne Grivaud

Photograph by Larry Fink, Homage to Otto Dix, September 2001, from the Forbidden Pictures Portfolio published 2004:

See also:

35 PART daily journal exercise

Weekly artist exploration/journaling series INTRO

Weekly artist series Week 1 parts 1-6 FRIDA KAHLO

Weekly artist series Week 2 parts 1-6 PICASSO

Weekly artist series Week 3 parts 1-5 LISA LARSON

Weekly artist series Week 4 parts 1-3 GEORGE GROSZ 

Weekly artist series Week 5 parts 1-4 FAITH RINGGOLD

Weekly artist series Week 6 Parts 1-3 BASQUIAT

Weekly artist series Week 7 Parts 1-4 deKOONING

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