Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Real Art

What's unusual about this photo?

Boned Jello

It's not a photo.  It's from this collection of  Hyperreal Paintings


And me moi?  I too am a recognized artiste,but practice within the abstractness discipline.  

Surprised?  Yup, I studied for 7 minutes that seemed like years at the Academie du Picasso.
Boned Jello


Anonymous said...

Used to like Van Gogh, now a picasso(head)fan.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

This picture is being offered for $300,000 mary, but 4 you it's free! Just take it and have it blown up.

pdwalker said...


I recommend about a kg of C4.

Anonymous said...

I hope none of these houses are in your neighborhood, Roger.

L/Cpl First Class Slack

Anonymous said...

Finally got around to the link. That is some freaking awesome talented artists.
Don't you just love it when folks comment on "realism" as anybody can do that; just before you see their "interpretive" art? :-] yeah. right.

Anonymous said...

OK, they've got talent but their work doesn't really do much for me.

Saying I can dup a photo, yeah so. It's like that guy that makes incredibly tiny, detailed scenes, yeah so?

Now to stand in front of a Claude Momet or Van Gogh painting or a Lafarge or Tiffany window, all of which I have done, now that is what gives me goose pimples.

FYI, there is a 180 piece Tiffany exhibition which started in Paris, is now in Montreal and will soon be in Richmond at the VMFA. One of my friends has loaned 3 pieces to the exhibition including a major work of a Mermaid. If you want to see work of the finest glass artist ever to walk the earth-be there. It's called the Color and Light Exhibition

Anonymous said...

Jerry Garcia's corpse looks good for its age?

Anonymous said...

MM - I'm in Richmond, and a regular vistor to VMFA. Don't know about the inside, but the outside of the new addition looks like it was built with leftover materials from several buildings, and the 'modernity' clashes horribly with the neighborhood. Some damned asshole architect on an ego trip, obviously. They have a fine little impressionist collection, which was removed to storage for the addition work, which was a great disappointment when a friend from Europe visited last year. Speaking of glass, their Faberge collection is world class. All in all, a great little museum, IMHO. They just need to get a new architect.
If you like, wife & I could meet up with fellow conservative you for a peek at the new digs when it opens.
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick

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