10 days of painting: day 3

added friday: it's a bad neck day so no new painting until monday

trout, red and dovey spend a day at the museum. see "day 1" for an explanation of this blog project.

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Blogger Pete Bogs said...

that's the nicest mobile I've seen this side of Alabama!

11:31 AM  
Blogger she said...

grrherhahahaha! er, that'd be "manufactured home"

well? are you considering returning??

11:43 AM  
Blogger Anonymous Boxer said...

McLovin' this one.

**walks off whistling with a painting under my arm**

12:01 PM  
Blogger The Troll said...

Nice. Your stuff. Not Rothko.

1:18 PM  
Anonymous upset waitress said...

This one I can't comprehend. But I like the colors and stuff, plus it's different than anything I've ever seen on a canvas. Dog and chickens? At the museum you say? :)

1:31 PM  
Blogger iamnot said...

So, is this where I pretend I knew who those guys were before googling?

I do like your dog and chicken twist.

1:38 PM  
Blogger she said...

anonymous boxer: good! in real life this one would kill me. why didnt you steal number 2? grrrrrhaherhahaha im just kidding. i get it. grrrrrrrherhahahahaha

troll: have you seen augustine yet? and thanks. if you ever get a chance to see "simon schauma's power of art: mark rothko" i highly recommend it. even if you hate the work (which you won't) you will like the show. promise.

upset waitress: its just a little cartoon of my dog and my two chickens' at the museum. i used to work in a museum; here i've painted some of the pieces in the collection :-

iamnot: i thought about painting yvonne but i didnt want to spoil you.

4:01 PM  
Blogger Anonymous Boxer said...

I did steal #2, but had it on my laptop at home and not work....

I plan on taking EVERYTHING, my friend.

4:22 PM  
Blogger moi said...

Hah! A dog is the perfect patron for a Rothko. You know, 'cause of that tilty thing they do with their heads when they don't understand something. (Some people think I detest most abstract art 'cause I'm too small minded to appreciate it. But, really, I detest most abstract art because, well, WHERE'S THE FREAKIN' STORY, HUH? I'm a very literal person . . .)

5:28 PM  
Blogger piktor said...

We wuz stunned by your brilliance.

Now, still stunned. Also: space-ready! roam to lurkville-non stop!

8:01 AM  
Blogger she said...

anonymous boxer: *smiles* go ahead-take everything!

moi: i actually like minimalism. im very image oriented but i love the quiet power of an ellsworth kelly or agnes martin. i wouldnt put rothko in that camp. but i mean, i chose that painting cause it was easy. grrrrerhahaha...made it easier to do the shadows of the sculpture. it would have been a nightmare to paint over, say, woman before a mirror by picasso, which i have painted a few times to teach myself "how".

piktor: "droppin the kids off at the pool" grrrrherhahahaha!!!

8:26 AM  
Blogger moi said...

My mom would run into Agnes Martin on the long walks they both used to take outside their homes in Cuba, NM, where I was born and raised. Agnes, she said, was very chatty. I remember she gave my mother a small, post-card sized pen and ink drawing as a present. Dang, I need to go look for that.

8:35 AM  
Blogger ThursdayNext said...

This is my favorite so far, dearest She. Dogs at a museum? Oh my, well I have seen dogs in church! Take a look at Vermeer and his peers - the Delft school put dogs in churches in the paintings for symbolism of loyalty!After seeing that, hey, pooches can go anywhere!

9:05 AM  
Blogger The Phosgene Kid said...

Klee rules!!!

10:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

should be
home playing poker
and not hanging around some dirty art gallery where you never what kind of people you might meet

¤ ¤ ¤


10:41 AM  
Blogger Anonymous Boxer said...

take care of that neck!

1:11 PM  
Blogger Indigo said...

It looks pretty good so far! I hope your neck feels better soon. :)

1:31 PM  
Blogger X. Dell said...

I like the humor in this one.

1:53 AM  
Blogger Ruela said...

WOW! chicken ;)

12:35 PM  
Blogger iamnot said...

I don't mean to complain...considering the maginitude of the challenge you have set for yourself...but you know, some of us don't have that much going for us, and looking forward to a new painting is pretty high on the list of reasons to get up in the morning.

(Wow. That was one sentence.)

12:58 PM  
Blogger Pete Bogs said...

she - no, I just said the dog-eaters were making it hard for me to stay away...

as far as novel, mine would be considered the great anti-American novel! lol... I kid... but I am not writing a novel...

4:40 PM  
Blogger The Phosgene Kid said...

Next: Black Velvet Elvis

9:49 AM  
Blogger foam said...

i love the quite tranquility of a rothko, the clean balanced lines of a calder mobile, dogs and chicks in a museum..

3:12 PM  
Blogger foam said...

oops...quiet.. i meant to say..

3:13 PM  
Blogger Gypsy said...

No Mute Monday today She? Well I have posted a little present for you on my MM. I hope you like it.

9:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

love love love this one! REALLY love it!

4:35 AM  

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