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Monday, December 04, 2006

Objet Trouvé Op Art

10 comments:

raindog said...

*applauds* leave it to you to make barricade netting look so interesting.


and yes i have heard the ramones version. i don't think it should be performed any other way.

Stewart Sternberg said...

Do ya ever wonder what ever happened to Peter Maax? I like the grooviness of this. Okay, I'll stop, I'm starting to annoy even myself. It's a sad state of affairs. Take care, Lori.

ThomP said...

a delight in orange and grey! My 2 fave colours... If you squint your eyes it looks like space time bending. YOU ARE WARPING MY REALITY!

Sarah said...

Beautiful! I love the play of the light and the rich color. Thanks for your kind comment on my blog. :)

Ed Maskevich said...

Ode to Bridgett Riley. I see a lot of this image out here every winter.

Lori Witzel said...

Raindog: I'm so glad you think, as I do, that the Ramones did the definitive version. But then I'm not right in the head. I mean, I see Op Art where I should be watching out for construction hazards...

Stewart: You can come by and annoy yourself here any old time. It gives me a rest from having to annoy myself.

Thomp: And thank goodness. It's a dirty job, but somebody's gotta do it.

Sarah: Thanks so very much -- and praise about rich color is rich praise, coming as it does from a woman who painted a vibrant red elephant.

Ed: Bingo! Wonder if she was the inspiration for the road hazard mesh designer. :-)

Dave MacIntyre said...

I've seen snow fence a million times, but it never looked so interesting. Nice shot!

bill zeman said...

this is really cool - it took me a minute to figure out what it was

what was that about the ramones? I love all their cover songs - which one were talking about?

Lori Witzel said...

Hi Bill -- Glad to "see" you! The Ramones' cover of "What a Wonderful World" is what Raindog and I were going on about. It always makes me grin.

Knitting Painter Woman said...

Well, living in Plano and California, I haven't ever seen a snow fence. I thought this might be a conveyor belt of Japanese sesame thins....