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Art Gallery July 6, 2010

This section features selected works by some of my favorite artists as well as stuff I find beautiful and interesting. Since art comes in many forms you’ll find painters, sculptors, as well as designers of all types. I will be adding more art periodically. I hope you find something to enjoy

Frida Kahlo

Diego Rivera

Kehinde Wiley

Paul Klee

Gordon Parks

MC Escher

Salvador Dali

Fernando Botero

Hat designer Philip Treacy

Vincent Van Gogh

Varnette Honeywood

David Mach

Claude Monet

George Rodrigue

Shadia Zayed

August Rodin

Keith Haring

Norman Rockwell

Andy Warhol

Margaret Burroughs

Jean Michel Basquiat

Edouard Manet

Robert Mapplethorpe

I.M. Pei

Steampunk design

Jean Paul Gaultier

Annie Leibovitz

Barbara Kruger

Badgely Mischka

Leonarda Da Vinci



8 Responses to “Art Gallery”

  1. Blue Heeler Says:

    someone to perhaps add to your list:


  2. ande Says:

    great ode to the masters! love your list

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  4. onelostmama Says:

    I don’t know if you have seen any of Gustave Courbet’s work, but I love him. The Met in NY was showing him 4 years ago when my mom and I went for my 30th birthday. My favorite piece of his is The Clairvoyant http://www.gustavecourbet.org/The-Clairvoyant-or,-The-Sleepwalker,-c.1865-large.html I seriously just stopped and stared for a good 5 minutes…it gave me chills.

    • jerzygirl45 Says:

      Oh wow – no wonder you stared, that’s almost hypnotic. A bit unsettling and mesmerizing all at the same time. That one definitely stays with you. I will have to explore his work. Thank you for the link, and thanks for checking out my blog. I really appreciate it.

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