Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Grass House - Snowcones

Snowcones by Grass House

Georges Seurat & Paul Signac - what's the point-ilism?

The Eiffel Tower by Georges Seurat

The Circus by Georges Seurat

The Can-Can by Georges Seurat

Portrait of Félix Fénéon in Front of an Enamel of a Rhythmic Background of Measures and Angels, Shades and Colors by Paul Signac

Breakfast (The Dining Room) by Paul Signac

Plane Trees, Place de lices, Saint-Tropez by Paul Signac

Tuesday, 2 March 2010

Georgia O'Keeffe - Ladder to the moon

In 1958, O'Keeffe painted Ladder to the Moon. The painting shows a handmade wooden ladder suspended in the turquoise sky. In the background are the pitch black Pedernal Mountains and a pearl colored half moon. This painting was very similar to a picture taken of O'Keeffe and her surroundings at Ghost Ranch. In the picture, a large wooden ladder is leaned against an outer wall of a patio from where it rises up into the sky with the Pedernal Mountains in the background. Some say her immediate surroundings at Ghost Ranch were the inspiration of this piece of art. Others interpret the painting as a religious work. In Pueblo culture the ladder is used to symbolize the link between the Pueblos and cosmic forces. The fact that the ladder is pointed up in the sky may represent the link between nature and the cosmos.

ripped off from here