Tuesday, June 7, 2011

stripes... loosely interpreted


etceterablog:

Hugh Scott-DouglasPanel PaintingWhite Gesso & Aniline Dye Bleen on Linen
Hugh Scott-Douglas
Panel Painting
White Gesso & Aniline Dye Bleen on Linen




Rome    Crosswalk with People and Bird     Jack Barnosky
When in Rome I could not walk easily. I was awaiting a knee replacement operation. I had to walk with a cane! Since I was not very mobile I had to find a likely spot to make photographs and just wait. What I discovered was that the world and its wonders was quite willing to come to me. It was different and new. A bit scary. It changed me. Made me rethink my aesthetic philosophy. I believe, with modesty, that this experience made my photography richer with more , oh I guess the word is poetry.







burythisbone:

Australian Aboriginal artist Doreen Reed Nakamarra - Untitled

Australian Aboriginal artist Doreen Reed Nakamarra - Untitled


fullbloom:

verdantdruid:

tobia:

Marcel Odenbach (German, born 1953)You Can’t See the Forest for the Trees2003.
Cut-and-pasted printed paper, cut-and-pasted colored paper, ink, and pencil on two pieces of paper, 85 3/4 x 117 3/4” (217.8 x 299.1 cm). The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection Gift. © 2009 Marcel Odenbach / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Germany
Close up: 
Images & Information via katiephoto:

Marcel Odenbach (German, born 1953)
You Can’t See the Forest for the Trees
2003.


tumbleword:

Eric Wendel, EXTRA MEDIUM VERSION, 2009, 54 x 66 inches, oil and glitter on canvas
BOMBLOG

Eric Wendel, EXTRA MEDIUM VERSION, 2009, 54 x 66 inches, oil and glitter on canvas


defacedbook:

Remo Albert Alig
Fine Books Have a Purpose, Gold 2005
Sunlight on Paper
(14cm x 20.5cm)

defacedbook:  Remo Albert Alig Fine Books Have a Purpose, Gold 2005
Sunlight on Paper (14cm x 20.5cm


Laetiticus




referenceartgallery:

Joan Saló
Untitled  2010 (detail)
pen on canvas

referenceartgalleryJoan Saló Untitled  2010 (detail) pen on canvas



Peter Doig
jntquigley:(via nachtschattenfresser, sewerscape)




glovaskicom:

Botanical #4, oil transfer drawing, Doug Glovaski 2007

glovaskicom: Botanical #4, oil transfer drawing, Doug Glovaski 2007



sandres:

korut:

dmocba:

xsxtxaxtxixcxsxhxoxxx:

plphny:




(via s31415)
20100220-1, algorithmic composition.
                              Algorithmic artwork by Samuel Monnier. More algorithmic art here..



20090727-1, algorithmic composition. Click for a zoomable image.

20090727-1, algorithmic composition.

OK... this is an indulgence... no stripes here... just like it!



20040313, algorithmic composition. Click for a zoomable image.
20040313, algorithmic composition.




arsvitaest:

Barbara Bernreider
(via kinokinos, allthatshines & plphny)



isaac-lonetree:

Abstract: Light Waves as Though Sound (by russell.tomlin)



sunfishdesign:

Frank Sinatra Conducts Tone Poems of Color Designed by Saul Bass circa 1956

sunfishdesignFrank Sinatra Conducts Tone Poems of Color Designed by Saul Bass circa 1956



iheartloons:

Paul Klee. Double Tent. 1923. Water color and pencil on paper. 50.6 x 31.8 cm. Private Collection. © 1999 VG Bild Kunst Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
Paul Klee. Double Tent. 1923. Water color and pencil on paper. 50.6 x 31.8 cm.
Private Collection. © 1999 VG Bild Kunst Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.



unrealityart:

-xerces:

apex-nadir: pin-peyeh-obe:reblololo: GEORGE TJAPANANGKA, Two Men At Wallatu, 1987, born 1938
reblololo: GEORGE TJAPANANGKA, Two Men At Wallatu, 1987, born 1938



everythingdear:

Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Yam dreaming body paint
Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Yam dreaming body paint




reblololo:

crashinglybeautiful:

 
David Bolduc “Cold Water”, 2008 oil on board, 30 x 36 in.

crashinglybeautiful:       David Bolduc “Cold Water”, 2008 oil on board, 30 x 36 in.


rerylikes:

Pierre Soulages. Peinture 222x137 cm, 3 février 1990. Huile sur toile
Pierre SoulagesPeinture 222x137 cm, 3 février 1990. Huile sur toile




freakyfauna:

Liebe Mutti…by Harald Stoffers

freakyfauna: Liebe Mutti… by Harald Stoffers


(via mtrt, boyhair-deactivated20110123)
(via mtrtboyhair-deactivated20110123)




everythingdear:

Kuru Ala, 2007by Maringka BakerPitjantjatjara people
everythingdearKuru Ala, 2007 by Maringka Baker, Pitjantjatjara people




room269:

halslife:

margueritemoulin:

bookspaperscissors:

littleg:

vintagecottagefrench:

(via foreverxmay16th)
bookspaperscissors:



houseofartanddesign:

Call and response collaboration
by flatfile 

houseofartanddesign: Call and response collaboration by flatfile 

well.... I said it was a loose interpretation of stripes... all images from archives at my tumblr: Seed capsules

Had an excellent weekend... the WED sustainability event was a success all round. You can read a little about that at the Homage blog. Rather tired still so taking the simple posting option of plundering the archives... a little visual is a good start to the day before tackling "THe Must-do List". 
Ciao all!


18 comments:

r said...

LOVE!

Sophie Munns said...

cool R!
s

Claire said...

Fantastic!Been trying send an email to you about madder seeds, but it keeps failing to deliver. Have I got the right address?

Sophie Munns said...

Hi Claire,
just left you a comment with crrect eamil... same as here on sidebar...
wonder what's happening?
ciao,
S

Ro Bruhn said...

What a fantastic collection of images, thanks for sharing

bicocacolors said...

those pictures inspiring me a lot!
thanks for sharing,

elena

Sophie Munns said...

HI RO,
glad you enjoyed...thanks for coming by!
S


Hi Elena,
delighted... and I did enjoy my visit to see your blog... interesting to visit you over there in Spain!
S

Mlle Paradis said...

wonderful posts as always sophie - of the workshop, the weavings and the water at noosa.

funny you ask....yes i do love swimming and i went swimming last week and it was delish!!!!!

looking forward to the upcoming paintings pics! xo

Sophie Munns said...

That sounds very interesting Mlle ..... dont know whay I was inspired to ask you about that... delighted to hear your answer though!
Look forward to seeing them,
S xo

KatrinaRecycled said...

Love this post! Looking outside the square or should I say "lines" you once again share with us some great work!
Thanks.

Sophie Munns said...

I'm devoted to the idea of variations on a theme Katrina ... a kind of biological-diversity with the paintbrush/pencil/camera etc.
What a mouthful... but you know what I mean.. Glad you visited!
Sophie

Debu Barve said...

Loved this collection! Thanks for this post Sophie.

Sophie Munns said...

Hi Debu,
enjoyed you post on one of India's finest modern artists. Glad you popped in!
S

annamaria said...

Hey Sophie- thank you for this 'stripe-feast'!!!Yay!!

Sophie Munns said...

yes... stripe-feast... that's great Annamaria!
S

david weir art said...

Great Collection of work Sophie.

Sophie Munns said...

Must come visit your blog David... I see wonderful things in he thumbnail viewer!
S

nathalie et cetera said...

stripes are everywhere! great post Sophie!