Wednesday, March 02, 2011

ABC WEDNESDAY -"G"- Green and An-Apple-a-Day #8

For those of you who have been following An-Apple-A-Day series, you will recognize that these paintings are the work of the artist, Joy Liberman, who embarked on a project to paint one apple a day to represent a full calendar year.  My first post of the series appeared here with an explanation of the project, and since then I have posted many of her fine paintings. In July her goal was each day to paint something which represented a well-known artist. Two of these today are: Picasso-"Still Life With Pitcher and Apples, and O'Keeffe-"Green Apple on Black Plate.

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Quote of the Day: Interviewer: How do you know when you're finished with a painting?
                             Jackson Pollock : How do you know when you're finished making love?
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18 comments:

  1. deux belles peintures

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  2. What an ambitious project. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. little green apples, the song, is stuck in my head.
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  4. Bonjour dear Kate,
    It's so interesting, I need to confess that I didn't know these work of Liberman, very beautiful!
    Merci beaucoup!
    Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg

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  5. that is beautiful and love the quote!

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  6. Okay, I'm ready for an apple pie about now!

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  7. Mmmm. I have a sudden urge to eat an apple. :)

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  8. I like these too! What can I say, I like them all.

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  9. I just ate two apples while watching TV ! I love appels ! Quiet unusual to see a still life of Picasso !
    Gattina
    ABC team

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  10. Cute!

    Please visit my first ABC entry, thank you and nice to meet you through ABC.

    I am now your follower, will you follow my blog too?

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  11. What a creative person with a great imagination - you! I love Joy's art and appreciate all that you share with us.

    Mr. Pollock is pretty funny, isn't he!

    Bises,
    G

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  12. Georgia! My hero!

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  13. Those are pretty good, though I'm not sure I would have identified the artists if you didn't tell me.

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  14. The colors, textures and subject could be Cezanne, but the composition is Picasso all the way. Actually, it's a parody of Picasso and quite witty.

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  15. Love the fragrant green apples and the painting is gorgeous!!

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  16. You would think that I would have at least been familiar with seeing the second one, but no! Love those green apples.

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  17. I wouldn't ever have thought that was a Picasso. It makes me realize how much of this works I have yet to see. Thank you.

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  18. Wonderful paintings! Hadn't seen either of these!

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