Homage to the Ocean triptych
22 x 22 ” ink on paper in 3 sections
A nice little piece on me and my art in today’s Globe and Mail!
words: Matthew Hague
parfait. (always pictured my lights going into a place like this one.)
My photo… in my loft… almost 30K notes! WTF?
P.S I am also reclaiming it from all the other blogs that are using it and linking back to their own blogs! (the source really isn’t eatlivewear, it is www.atelier688.tumblr.com)
70 x 58” ink and tempera on canvas
NOw showing @ http://gallery.alisonmilne.com/
I always use this work by Rauschenberg as an example of how to think like an artist, when people ask me about art. Then I often talk about the piece I wish I could make happen; which is for Christo to wrap the Mona Lisa. Ideally, in time, it would create the ultimate artistic conundrum…. as the ‘wrapped Christo/Mona Lisa,’ would equal the fame of the Mona Lisa, but if it is ever to become unwrapped then that piece is destroyed. Either way the two pieces of art would struggle with the ultimate problem that in the wrapping one piece is hidden and in the unveiling another is destroyed but the clincher is that, so long as it happens, the Idea will survive of both pieces (wrapped and unwrapped Mona Lisa, by Christo!)