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Friday footsies

November 18, 2011

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A little bit of humour courtesy of the New Yorker magazine to help Friday on its way… Hope you’ve had a good week, if not then G&T time is almost here. Advertisements

Artist of the. . .

May 20, 2011

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“Organization”by Arshile Gorky, 1935, oil on canvas   “Painting”by Arshile Gorky, 1936-7, oil on canvas …week is Arshile Gorky who was heavily inspired by Picasso and thought originality was overrated. I like his style (he he) and the title of the second work featured above. Today in my pastels class I started on my second abstract work which I […]

Talented guy

April 18, 2011

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How good is this cover on the first issue of The New Yorker for 2011? It is titled “Happy New Decade” by illustrator Richard McGuire.  Here are some more of his, the front and back of a CD he designed for a band he plays bass in: Wonder what the music is like? Bound to be […]