Monday, January 30, 2012

representation

When children begin to paint representationaly, they draw a line near the bottom of their paper to represent the ground, and another near the top, to represent the sky.

8 comments:

Serena said...

oh wow!

Nancy said...

This is a powerful piece.

Ms. ∆×∆p×≥h/4π said...

Oh--The WHOLE thing! This is a very rich piece. The layers are such markers for the eye.

Caro said...

Rothko, yes. But also a more tactile Agnes Martin. Truly powerful and affecting. I love returning here to see what you're doing.

eb said...

yes,
what Caro said
cherry, chocolate, granite
tea steam spiraling...

xox - eb.

stitchinglife said...

You say such so much with very few words, Judy. The cloth and the words took me back 40 years; real time travel.

kat said...

I remember - then one day, they realise the space in between is more full than they could imagine.

This cloth is beautiful

Wabi Sabi Woman who knits cosies said...

Love your Rothko work. I knitted a series of Rothko tea cosies. Isn't it wonderful what inspires art?