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Category Archives: Bernard Ewell’s Dali experiences

Salvador Dali Is Everywhere!

Those of us who both know well the work of Salvador Dali and also have opportunities to see lots of art are always finding Dalinian imagery and ideas in the work of other modern and contemporary artists. Some acknowledge their debt … Continue reading



MORE GOOD STUFF HAPPENING

Wouldn’t it be great if we could stop worrying about and talking about Theresa Franks and Fine Art Registry? After being attacked by her Googlebomb for three years and being the target of her lying rants on Youtube, it’s so nice to … Continue reading



WHY NOT A DALI CATALOG?

Whether you spell it “catalog” or “catalogue” raisonne, it’s an important tool for collectors, curators, appraisers and others who want information about an artist and his art. Certainly the world of Salvador Dali has long needed a fully dependable catalog … Continue reading



WRITING IN BRIGHTON

 Brighton? As in Brighton on the south coast of England where the Victorians went to the seaside? Home of the Royal Pavilion, regency hotels and Edwardian architecture? Yup. That’s where I am. In fact, I’m in one of those “sea … Continue reading



TRUTH AND JUSTICE ARE TRIUMPHING AT LAST!

IMPORTANT THINGS ARE HAPPENING IN THE DALI WARS! Good news just keeps rolling in for those who represent the truth in the Salvador Dali market. First came the news that the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the … Continue reading



HURTFUL NONSENSE

When I wrote in an earlier blog posting that I was going to Mexico to visit Dali collector and expert Enrique  Zepeda, a nasty individual known to all in the Dali market sent an e-mail to Enrique saying, “You are not … Continue reading



I WAS AN ILLEGAL ALIEN IN MEXICO !

I’m going to tell you a story and I hope the people from the Dark Side of the market don’t twist it and use it to discredit me. If they do, it will be a refreshing change from their lying … Continue reading



DALI FOR EVERYMAN

Having spent thirty-eight years studying the life and art of Salvador Dali (Spanish 1904-1989) I continue to be fascinated by the ways in which people relate to the man and his work. I am also impressed that the passage of … Continue reading



BOOK ONE; BOOK TWO

While working to sign with an agent for the publication of Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness in the Art Market I’m also making progress on the next book Persistence of Memory: The Unbelievable Salvador Dali Market. Of course, sales of … Continue reading



THE LATEST ON OUR NEMESIS

Once again I have the pleasure of referring you to FINE ART INVESTIGATIONS at http://fineartinvestigations.blogspot.com/p/theresa-franks-criminal-investigation.html  to read about the further adventures of Theresa Franks of Fine Art Registry. I know my supporters, well-wishers and fans (that would be my dogs) will not … Continue reading