Alley Gallery at The Seelbach VLT
Alley Gallery at The Seelbach VLT
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National Shirt Shop: Victor was a traveling store-front window designer (front) 1/2
National Shirt Shop: Victor was a traveling store-front window designer (front) 1/2
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National Shirt Shop: Victor was a traveling store-front window designer (back) 2/2
National Shirt Shop: Victor was a traveling store-front window designer (back) 2/2
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The Courier Journal Saturday Feburary 28th 1998 (1/2)
The Courier Journal Saturday Feburary 28th 1998 (1/2)
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The Courier Journal Saturday Feburary 28th 1998 (2/2)
The Courier Journal Saturday Feburary 28th 1998 (2/2)
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Dancing on the Sun
Dancing on the Sun

"The painting was removed from an exhibition in Frankfort, KY. Deemed to be "obscene". The exhibit was in the hallway connecting the capitol to the legislators' offices. It was rehung after legislative debate determined that a contractual agreement would not allow its removal. To have offended the Kentucky legislature's pristine sensibilities is still an honor I will always cherish." -Victor Troutman

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Ashland Milltown Grocery and Gas with Herbert R. Troutman
Ashland Milltown Grocery and Gas with Herbert R. Troutman
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left: May 1981 at Milltown Ashland Gas & Grocery (Milltown, IN) Business Victor owned and operated. His daughter Jennifer to his left and his 2nd wife's son to his right holding their pet Racoon (Rocky?) right: Sept. 1996 (Books-A-Million, maybe a Hawley Cook) Louisville, KY) note: two versions of the same paper-mache/mesh wire/clothing character: The Artist Dude. He placed it in the commode outside his business. Tourists would pose with it for pictures.

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book cover by Victor
book cover by Victor
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Victor as boy feeding bird in rural Kentucky (Guston?)
Victor as boy feeding bird in rural Kentucky (Guston?)
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PEACE MAN
PEACE MAN
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