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John Irving


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4 Comments

Reply John Irving
4:12 AM on August 11, 2015 
Today we censor nudity. What if I post something of a religious nature that your "host" is displeased with, will that be censored with your approval? Perhaps the membership should collectively review all the artwork on the LVAG and censor the work that displeases us. Personally, flowers displease me. Lets censor all artwork with flowers. Frankly, you have failed the membership and should resign.
Reply John Irving
10:22 PM on August 4, 2015 
On 08/03/2015, I posted two drawings on the LVAG website and one was immediately censored by the webmaster as previously described. Interestingly the censorship is done without discussion or notice by persons who remain nameless. I have sent endless e-Mails to the LVAG management without receiving a response. Guess the webmaster is not pleased with work.
Reply John Irving
12:28 PM on August 3, 2015 
In late July 2015 I had to repost all but one of my works. All had been deleted including one that was previously censored by the site webmaster. I have tried multiple times to discuss this with the LVAG management but there has been no response from anyone. Check the photo history on my Member Profile page.
Reply John Irving
10:53 PM on July 28, 2015 
The Las Vegas Artists Guild currently employs a web master who has unilateral authority to remove any and all art work that displeases him/her. There is no appeal to reason. Consequently, the artwork offered at the Las Vegas Artists Guild is HIGHLY CENSORED and may not be the artist?s best work. The management of the Las Vegas Artists Guild is very comfortable with censorship by a third party.