In no way implying anything at all about the woman in the original photo who is cleaning the train. It was either that or “Squidgy Choo Choo.” Which, although a great sounding set of words, seemed like it was too obvious.
More soft, undulating lines and multiple layers of abstraction. Wait! What? What in the heck does that mean?
Ah, I dunno – looks cool, though.
Today’s artwork, standing tall above all short art, is Tower of Squidgy.
Laugh if you must, but how tall is the art you made today? Ask yourself: Quien es mas macho?
Based, exceedingly loosely, on a photo of John Glenn entering the Friendship 7 capsule.
Haunted by the eyes of the prisoner, I started working, reworking and modifying this picture until I got to place that made me happy. Amelia laughs at and thinks it’s a little creepy with the bug eyes. I thought he looked a bit like an extraterrestrial, thus the stars and particle track imagery. And, yes, the name is borrowed from Firefly.
Waaaay off the beaten path for me. Based on a photo from the George Eastman House Collection. It was a tremendous amount of fun changing the original photo into this.
Experimenting this weekend – monkey about, trying new things, trying to just do an not to edit or think too much.
Based on a photo from the National Archives.
Based on a photo titled, The Last Grain Race, from the National Archives. The original was very tall and narrow—I decided that wasn’t working for me.
That’s a very powerful set of four words together. I defy you to find a piece of art named more dramatically, more awesomely, more amazeballs than this. You just can’t do.