Sunday, April 01, 2007

Surrealism

(I don't know who painted them.)





posted by Eolake Stobblehouse @ Sunday, April 01, 2007   7 comments links to this post

7 Comments:

At 1 Apr 2007, 23:44:00, Anonymous Pascal-istic said...

Superb! Gorgeous! These surrealistic paintings are out of this world! I Love them.

Way to marry dream girls with raw dream. Raw, yet very delicate.

 
At 2 Apr 2007, 07:38:00, Anonymous terry said...

Pascal-istic said...
Superb! Gorgeous! These surrealistic paintings are out of this world! I Love them.

I totally agree! Love things like this. Always have!

 
At 2 Apr 2007, 21:24:00, Anonymous Monsieur Beep said...

So real!

 
At 3 Apr 2007, 07:25:00, Anonymous ttl said...

I happily join the choir. Too bad we don't know by whom they are. Or even when they were painted.

You can see Dalí's influence. Unless, of course, these are from before Dalí. :-) But his style is so cool that I certainly don't mind other artists riding the same horse. (There's plenty of mileage left.)

But I'm having a severe déjà vu with Eo's blog now. I have a feeling these paintings have been featured here before. Same with the Frederick Chang photos and the hi-tech bike post. I must be going cracy.

 
At 3 Apr 2007, 07:30:00, Blogger eolake said...

For some reason I have a feeling these paintings are pretty new.

---
I'm sure I haven't posted any of those things before. Perhaps some in the same style. (I know last year I did post about road bikes.)

 
At 4 Apr 2007, 14:46:00, Blogger signalroom said...

the last one makes me think of all the concepts we place on the body, on nudity and on love.

there is the innocence, and then the machinations.

the first print too -- when a hug cannot just be a hug.

(sigh)

 
At 6 Apr 2007, 01:37:00, Anonymous Pascal the dreamer said...

Signalroom said...
"there is the innocence, and then the machinations.
the first print too -- when a hug cannot just be a hug."


Very deep. And astute.
Me, I prefer to look at it all as simply obscure onirism. Even with partly unpleasant underlying messages, dreams have a unique beauty.
In layman's terms: "Weird. But nice." :-)

 

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home


Website Counter