Another Neurotically Yours cartoon. Explicit language warning for sensitive people.
Foamy brings up a good point in this episode, with the introduction of the camera, what is the real point behind painting photo-realistic landscapes? What defines talent? How much thought needs to be in a piece before it’s art? How long does an -ism last before it’s no longer considered art? What constitutes a unique, creative imagery? Does the ability to recreate a photo-realistic landscape have merit then, when it’s used to create mountains that bleed eggs, or trees that spit baby limbs (in other words, create more believable Surrealism)?
Enjoy the artistic rants of this squirrel.
Here’s a new artist I discovered today while searching for reliquaries.
She includes Wunderkammer (Cabinets of Curiosity) and frogs and toads in her work. All painted using the late medieval technique of egg tempera.
Check out her portfolios… click the link to go to her artist’s site for more
A good chuckle will help all that turkey and stuffing work its way down. Maybe the taxidermist of these things should have told the critters some jokes before they stuffed them…
more pictures in the article