Archive for February 2, 2012
There we were, meandering around the Metropolitan Museum of Art. As well as seeing work by several other of my favourite artists', I'd had the chance to view a couple of my favourite Monet's pieces - 'Bridge Over a Pond of Water Lillies' and 'Water Lillies', as well as a Van Gogh I really liked, so was feeling pretty darned great!
- Disappointed...? That's a BIG no! (explorationart.wordpress.com)
- Seurat: Works for comparison (visaarthistoryimpressionism.wordpress.com)
- Paint a Dotted Seurat Masterpiece (education.com)
- London hotel puts Monet on display (travelnews.britishairways.com)
- 12 Famous Paintings and their Real-Life Locations (tripbase.com)
- Claude Monet (thewiccangecko.wordpress.com)
- Pissarro, painter of the people, at the Legion (sfgate.com)
- Claude Monet (Art Project) Mono-Print Collage (explorationart.wordpress.com)
- Mobile Monet HD: Transforms Your Photos in Works of Art (apptousemyiphone.com)
Shot in downtown Calgary, Canada.
S Pentax kx on a tripode, f5.6 0.4sec ISO 200. Downtown Calgary
- Fabulous Wedding Photos (portraitsbyladys.wordpress.com)
- Freaky or Fabulous? Colorful Coco on the Cover of Elle Italia (fabsugar.com)
- Freaky or Fabulous? Colorful Cigarettes (fabsugar.com)
- Freaky or Fabulous? Carmen Kass, the Alien (fabsugar.com)
- Photographing with Backlight + Sun Flare (abeautifulmess.typepad.com)
- Color Me Fabulous: POPS of color (studiodhome.wordpress.com)
- Weinrib's fabulous textiles. (modernloom.wordpress.com)
- The Art of Photographic Lighting (Rocky Nook) (i-programmer.info)
I never quite 'got' all the fuss about Van Gogh's work... His paintings always looked a little strange to me.
Miniature series entitled "The City" by Lori Nix
I'm a little obsessed with the idea of this equation:
miniature + city + abandoned + vintage + photography = Awesomeness
Lori Nix is often asked questions about the inspiration for her work as well as her working process.
"I have been building dioramas and photographing the results since the early 1990s. As I've working through various bodies of work my fabrication skills have improved and my subject matter has become more complex.