Mae Barnes stimulates our taste buds and our retinal
cones simultaneously in "Still Life With Fruit"...
at least in my imagination. Drink in the photon cider.
There I go again.
Eden Springs a dashing crop in "Woman with whip".
You can tell he is very disciplined about his painting.
I am in the flock of sheep, third from the left.
Fraser is amazing. I don't know how she captures
the life essence and chiarascuro in the same brush stroke...
"Hannah" might just as well be
love "Currents" by Jennifer
Hathaway. One time I was tubing on the Esopus and
banged my head on a boulder. This is what it looked like
to me. I would do it again, but it's much more convenient
just to buy the painting.
is a photo of a pine tree in Phoenicia. Notice how the forest
caterpillars can't climb over the Crisco? They hate it! At
last, the ultimate killer application for Crisco.
holds a butterfly in "Oh is your mother here?"
by Jesse Owen.
is it a Gypsy Moth? I always thought beauty was in the eye
of the Bee-holder. The butterfly probably thinks beauty is
in the butt of the sparrow squatter.
Fliegel transcends butterflies and blossoms in "Blue
Flowers". Imagine if all you had to do was fly
about and sip nectar? That's my kinda job.
Manos - Jones portrays "The Miracle
Of Spring" like a full wingspread eagle. Or
perhaps a street vendor showing what he has up his sleeve.
English juxtaposes Vincent VanGogh's sunflowers on
a mirrorized mylar inflatable bunny rabbit inspired by Jeff
Koons. If you are careful you can count 27 seperate reflections
of the VanGogh in the Koons.
is what you call "Inbreed/Hybrid"
made or appropriated this funeral wreath which he entitles "Heaven
on Earth" There is one red-white-and-blue flower
in the upper center of particular interest.
Kutya expresses the symmetry of tree. Notice how the
roots mirror the branches? That Yin-Yang in combination with
the honeybees is how apples get born in "The source
takes things quite literally in "Spring Has Sprung".
goes far beyond the double helix of DNA, into a fifteen helix
universe of multidimensional artistic possibilities. Can you
tell I'm reading Michio Kaku's new book?
"Plunk your magic twanger, Froggy!"
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