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Saturday, March 31, 2007

The Ontogeny of Action Painting

7 comments:

zephyr said...

so mesmerizing
captivating
and i don't know why but the word
delicious pops into my head
from my eyes
not my mouth
wonderful wonderful universe is the world of teensy tiny plants on rocks
oh yeah, lichen

chris miller said...

And no action painting ever looked any better (because none feel like this one, passionate stroke -- rapidly made over the course of a few million years)

raindog said...

this looks wonderful larger. all the color and texture. love it!

Switchsky said...

Its everywhere, this beauty you see. Thank you for the reminder.

Sheri Burhoe said...

Great colors here - Nature is amazing !

Larry said...

You do have a way with titles, Lori!

The lichen colors would seem to clash if used in a painting; somehow nature can get away with flaunting all of our aesthetic "rules". Another example: green forested hills topped by a cerulean sky.

MB said...

Love this. Ontogeny... lithogeny... orogeny...