Monday, August 9, 2010

Gone Fishing

This is nice as it is...but it's not art yet, too reliant on the lovely woman in the photo, who is clearly having a perfect day, of the sort referred to on Titus the Dog. So I have to mess with it some more. I won't be posting again until Thursday, as events have overtaken, but I will try to visit if I get a chance. In the meantime, here's a lovely fish you can catch at Bryan Kring's etsy store.

14 comments:

Chris David Richards said...

Looks like art to me. Also, I like the label 'strange woman'.

Totalfeckineejit said...

Not art yet.
Not yet art.
Art? Not yet.
Art,Yet not.
Art, wherefore art thou?.
Will you turn it into Art, Garfunkel?

Kaetlyn Wilcox said...

Fabulous! I can't wait to see the further ArtSparkification:)

Charles Gramlich said...

Intersting juxtaposition for sure.

Celeste Bergin said...

she looks very happy there--I like her just exactly as is.

roberto said...

Hi Susan, I, if you let me I do not know what is art. Or if something is growing to be "art."
I evaluated the ideas, for me, the ideas are good, or bad ideas (in the sense of creativity)
And for me this is a very good idea.

ArtSparker said...

Roberto-
For me, it's pretty right now. But I think it relies too much on the the photo of an attractive woman - as if if it's cheating a bit- it isn't transformed enough. The final may be too overworked, I don't know.

Clowncar said...

the link to titus the dog's perfect day goes nowhere. is that your idea of a perfect day? nowhere? nothingness?

ArtSparker said...

CC- Oh, corrected it. Deep shame!

Rick said...

Revenge of the marshmallows (inside joke):
You know, the setting and the woman's pose kinda remind me of this.
;-)

ArtSparker said...

Rick, I can also see the California Raisin Lady now that you mention the Land o Lakes Maiden - they are quite similar to each other.

Fresca said...

I hope you get ahead of whatever's overtaking...
Life can do that sometimes.

roberto said...

Thank you, Susan, I went to the site of T. Serrano and really is very good, I laughed a lot.
I actually started in magazine publishing humor, and I did for many years and I have published a book. but then I spent more on illustrations for children. But I will be posting some jokes without words in my blog. I like people to laugh.
Thanks again.

Titus said...

Oh, that's some image!
Cheers for the link.