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(Suggested by Elaine Pang and Lynn Cohen)


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Monday, July 18, 2016

Sunrise, Sunset, Lynn Cohen

I've been pouring over an art book about Hunderwasser's art! I'm awe struck by his lines and colors so decided to steal a tiny hint of what he does for this theme this week. If you aren't familiar with him look him up! Let me know what you think! 

10 comments:

  1. Thanks, Lynn, for introducing Hunderwasser. Love him. He is certainly reminiscent of Klimt (to me)m whose works I love. How did you find him? Just double checked dates and see that Klimt was quite a bit earlier than Hundertwasser. Both are Austrian slos.
    Later - I just saw that he was influenced by Klimt!

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    1. I found a book about him in a flea market a few years ago and just dug it out recently! Can't stop reading it and pouring over his colorful drawings! Interesting man! Title is his name!

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  2. this is different - really appealing to me.

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  3. Sort of naive art, childlike simplicity, loving the bold colors.

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    1. 'Childlike simplicity' is how Hunderwasser's art was described! Thanks for that compliment!

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  4. I adore Hunderwasser's art! He is one of my favorites and I, too, have a book of his works. What a talented fellow and you have captured the feeling of his work beautifully. I know you must have had a great time painting this with all the vivid color and the use of line. You did a great job. genie

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  5. Striking, Lynn! I don't know him, but his work is really nice!

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