Art Links For 08/06/2007
Ichiyusai Hiroshige - Wikimedia,
The more I look at Hiroshige's woodblock prints the more enchanted I
become. Today while browsing through images on Wikimedia, I noticed
the wonderful print below, which I had not seen or noticed before.
The beauty of this artwork has totally captivated me for moment at least.
I can see how an artist like Van Gogh was impressed by Hiroshige's colors
and designs in the 19th century, because Hiroshige's images are still
just as powerful today as they were 150 years ago if not even more so!
The Moon Over A Waterfall (1858)
Lo and Behold: Amy Crehore's "Literartistry" Paintings
It's good to see that Amy is keeping busy creating great artwork.
This work is for: "The 'Literartistry' show opens at
Gallery in Culver City, CA on August 11, 2007 from 7-10 pm and
continues for 3 weeks. About 50 artists will participate, each
interpreting his/her favorite book, and the books themselves will be
available for check-out in an upstairs library."
The Story of Lolita, Part Two (2007)
A modern surrealist painter in the spirit of Paul Delvaux.
Carole Landis Project [Bio
Everything you always wanted to know about Carole Landis...
I enjoyed the painting below in particular, but I am concerned a bit that
the breasts of these young beauties seem to defy gravity. ;-)
Dyanne Thorne (Ilsa)
Wham, Bam, Thank
You Spaceman? I bet these are the kind of movies Dick Cheney
and Rummy used to watch.
Harem Keeper of the Oil Sheiks (1976)