As I’ve pointed out, despite not being a fan of paintings, I actually have a favorite one. Here’s yet another variation care of Balloons in Bold. They don’t have a Twitter presence, but their Instagram page can be found here.
The New York Times, among many others, reports that a piece of (for lack of a better term) static art that exists only digitally was sold for $69,000,000. The article dares to mention the artist responsible for my favorite painting in comparison. By clicking through to the Christie’s site, you can view the art, and thereby take ownership of it for no charge.
I’ve decided to steal the Inktober hashtag for myself, and I promise, the artsy-fartsy types will never recover. Here’s my interpretation of a visit to the park in autumn.
When I was an undergraduate, I took an Art History course. I showed up to the first class, and then to the last class, which was the final exam. I’m going to analyze my art like I did the art in the museum for the final.
The artist uses omegas for the lower part of the body so that he doesn’t forget to draw the feet. Brilliant. Notice the use of perspective. Notice the lines. So curvy and inspiring. And the colors. Blue and white. So inspiring. I’m inspired. Trees are great. Art is great. You were a great teacher.
Sundays are now lazy days for me. Going forward, I’m just going to re-post other people’s work or just do something silly. Here’s something silly. It’s an … adaptation? … of my favorite classical painting, Saturn Devouring His Son, by Spanish artist Francisco Goya.