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Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s “Summer”

Presently in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, this painting of “Summer” is from Arcimboldo’s original Four Seasons, painted in 1563. This is the only version with both the artist’s name and the date “woven” into the collar and shoulder of the … Continue reading

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Johannes Stoetter

These are the amazing body-painting creations of the Italian artist Johannes Stoetter. (The woman as parrot at the bottom is incredible.) (Thanks to Writing Without Paper for the lead to this artist.) 

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Winter by Arcimboldo

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“Painting is a verb”

“A painting to me is primarily a verb, not a noun, an event first and only secondarily an image.”—Elaine de Kooning (1918-1989)

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No quickies in the home improvement department

So you start with wanting to paint the bedroom. It won’t take long and what a lift it would give to the space. But then you discover that you need to get more paint and more dropcloths and paint trays … Continue reading

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“A Turkey Provides Seven Kinds of Meat” by Michael Sowa

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In the Table/ On the Wall

Last night was our first public art display in our home by artists other than ourselves– “Michael collects and Gregory paints.” In a previous post, I described our new Amish built display table for our living room, which has allowed … Continue reading

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