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:

  1. Anonymous1:06 pm

    oh wow!

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  2. This is a powerful piece.

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

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

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

    xox - eb.

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

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

    This cloth is beautiful

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

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