Sunday, 29 May 2011

TAKE A WORD - WINGS

Our word for inspiration this week at Take A Word is WINGS and that reminded me of the time I visited our Gallery of Modern Art.  Some people love modern art whilst others just don't 'get it', but whatever your view perhaps you would agree it often plays with your perceptions.  I hope this leaves you with a little smile!  ;D

Thank you for yet another fun word, Marie.

Credit to Holliewood Studios for elements from Stark and Journaling 2.

Thank you for taking the time to look.

13 comments:

Lizbethem said...

Love the clean, modern look of this art, Ann. Yes, it made me smile. Love how your mind works!

peggy gatto said...

I love that phonograph head!!!!!!!!
HUGE smile from me, thanks!

Judy said...

Had to re-focus my eyes after looking at your 'glass' piece, Ann, so glad they came right as wouln't have wanted to miss your surreal & whimsical piece of brilliance!

Faye said...

Well, Ann, it certainly gave me a giggle, especially when I saw the toilet. What a lively and wonderful imagination you have. Oh, and I love the quote.

Ana Cristina Caldatto said...

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Anonymous said...

Love, love, love this piece, Ann!

Yvonne

Jackie said...

This is just wonderful (I love the toilet roll)! It must have taken so long to create, but it was definitely worth it, Ann. Such beauty and such humour!

Lori Saul said...

Fabulous use of imagery (love that kit) stark and elegant work Ann!

Bill said...

It makes me smile! I love the grayscale color scheme!

indybev said...

How appropros that Mona appears just beside this winking at us. The monochromatic color scheme is very effective.

Christine said...

What a great all-white taluulesque piece! Until now I've counted at least 11 smiles! :)

Missouri's Lilac said...

A fantastic piece! I had to smile when I saw the toilet paper. Very amusing and SO MUCH FUN!
AJ

Ozstuff said...

Hey Ann, I was hoping for an insight from you into this picture. It is intriguing and beautifully executed but I would love to know the true story. Is the Gramophone man too polite to visit the smallest room in the houses while the angel is standing guard? Is the angel afraid that he will waste precious water by flushing and is keeping him away? Was the Gramophone man caught in the act of stealing a roll of toilet paper? There are so many questions - and so few answers. Grest work.