Bush shoe-chucking becomes an art form
An art gallery in America joined the hot trend of throwing shoes at George Bush, as they opened a new exhibit with a paint-splattered fundraiser that featured a ‘shoe throw’ at an image of the departing President.
Eric Navickas, a City Councilor in Ashland, Oregon, who opened the MAda Shell Gallery by slathering a layer of red paint on the soles of sneakers, boots and sandals. People then took turns to fire the footwear at an 8-foot image of Bush.
Each shot cost $1 at Friday’s opening, with the funds to go toward future gallery exhibits.
I’m not sure this qualifies as art, but I’d pay a buck to throw throw a paint splattered shoe at Bush’s mug.