Monday, October 29, 2012

my apologies to...


…Joan Miró

I have always enjoyed the work of Joan Miró…it’s so playful.

This painting was really fun to paint using his style. It is based on a painting called “The Singing Fish.”

I think it’s my favorite of all.

10 comments:

  1. FUN!! I did a goofy painting in his style last year myself -
    I love your big eye and the stars. . .

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    1. thanks, Michelle...i'll have to go check out your painting.

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  2. I soooo love this series!
    I had to be sure to stop by today to wish you a "Happy National Cat Day"!
    (http://www.punchbowl.com/holidays/2012/10/29/national-cat-day)

    Enjoy!

    xo
    Kristin

    p.s. The yarn ball in the "Magritte" was absolutely inspired!

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    1. National Cat Day?? I'll have to tell my cat!! She'll be thrilled.

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  3. I really like this! I think this is the type of thing I feel like painting right now. Lots of fun splashing of paint on paper and some ink drawing. Something not so structured that it has to look just like...something! Keep up the fun and no apologies necessary! :D

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  4. It really is playful and colorful. Very nice work.

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  5. Immediately recognizable and still so you. Wonderful work!

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  6. Oh wow! It is in fact incredible how creative and busy you are with the "apologies-series". I love the Cat's-Miro-Version and I love as well the Cat's-Roy Lichtenstein-Version!!! This is such a lovely idea!

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