Monday, February 01, 2010

when a box is full of inspiration...


Blogger ArtSparker said...

Oh, now I want to make a box like this with "instructions" and leave it for people to find.

9:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, thanks for visiting my blog! Well, maybe you've already forgotten the comment you left regarding the glass flowers...I guess I just wanted to clarify (because, well, I guess that's just how I am) in that I do admire the Blaschka's work. Indeed, I think that they are beautiful precisely because of their fragility and almost the Blaschka's bttersweet futility in attempting to re-create nature. I suppose I used the word "repulsed" and "frightened" a bit loosely to describe how I sometimes feel about the artistic process as a whole. This isn't making much sense....ah well, you probably know what I's a love/hate thing. More than that, though, I suppose I was trying to express an interest in people (like the Blaschka's and taxidermists) who, if we presuppose (which I don't, but just saying *IF*) their intent is to mimic or replicate life, their material or method seems to be in direct opposition to their goal which makes for interesting end results......ack! I AM NOT MAKING SENSE! Will stop rambling immediately. If you read all that....well, thank you. I don't think there was much of a point...I just didn't want you to think I was some beautiful-glass-making-hater.

8:01 PM  

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