This presentation deals with Post World War 2 "action painting", abstract expressionism and pop art. Using two slide projectors simultaneously, I compare actual paintings done by such worthies as Rothko, Motherwell, Kline and Warhol with slides I have taken of natural phenomena such as peeling and weathered posters, pavement cracks and dented fenders. Because these "accidents" are photographed up close and are carefully framed, it is virtually impossible to tell that they are not pieces of "fine art." This presentation does not demean or insult the actual artists but it does lead the viewer to ask some rather serious questions, not the least of which is "What is Art?" All presentations are given with two projectors running simultaneously, and go for approximately ninety minutes, including a question and answer period with the audience.