Tags » Christina's World

Andrew Wyeth: A Journal of Reality

Andrew Wyeth is one of America’s distinguished painters – over his long career he was celebrated as a champion of realism – he raised more ire than the radical artists of the avant-garde – his Helga suite was scathingly censored – his achievement is controversial. 83 more words


Christina's World

By Tiffany Klinger

Past the Pollock’s and Kandinsky’s, swirls and smears, and strokes of color like all the people passing by me, lies a girl in a field. 808 more words


Desolate: Friday Fictioneers

Roadside stops at alluring views often lead to interesting observations and potentially creative ideas. 170 more words

Friday Fictioneers

Once Upon a Time, in the Bauhaus:

Lines, geometry, grey scale.

Going back to the basics.

This is the piece I go back to to get reminded of the power of analogue; this is not entirely about clean lines and perfect geometry, but about the texture and general tactile quality of the surface. 36 more words


So Close, So Faraway


Christina’s World by Andrew Wyeth (painted in 1948)

How are things in your world today? Perhaps it’s meh. Whatever.  Or maybe it’s utterly fantabulous!  Completely awesome and amazing. 819 more words