That’s not cool Tumblr.
Reblogging just in case this is true. I’ll get it off my blog here later, but for now….
Yeah if this is true… I’m just leaving this here and may or not remove all art.
TIME TO READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CHANGES.
Finally, a comic that explains how to look at art
We’ve all seen them. The art gallery goers who spend hours (ok, minutes, but it feels like hours) staring at paintings, looking up dreamily at statues and mumbling to themselves over sculptures. But what exactly are they getting from all that looking? How do they interpret an artist’s intention?
Here’s just a few tips: get out of your own head, recognize contrasts of style and form, and understand and appreciate abstraction. Ok, now off to critique!
Photo series inspired by Edward Hopper paintings
If there is an American painter I absolutely adore, then it’s Edward Hopper. His unique landscapes and sceneries are as evocative as they are timeless. Richard Tuschman seems to feel the same way. He’s come up with a series of portrait photos inspired by Edward Hopper originals. He’s reinterpreted nearly all the classics in an exceptional homage to a wonderful artist.