Monday, January 30, 2012

Magpie 102

Red Spot II ~ Wallisy Kandinsky



Gallery Tour

Boomerangs floating
Way out in space
I see them quite clearly
Don't  you ~

Kaleidoscope colors
That curve when they fly
Abstract perfection 
From my point of view

Geometry improv
Shot straight from the hip
Bypassing the obvious
An inner psyche trip ~

Day at the gallery
A time to float free
The artist, his paintings
And neophyte me


22 comments:

  1. interesting bit of analysis on his paintings...bypassing the obvious an inner psyche trip...sometimes i would like to look in the mind of the artist to see what they are thinking...lol

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  2. Geometric improv shot straight from the hip.....brilliant...love it.

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  3. Visually stunning and food for thought. I looked up the artist when writing my piece as well. A satisfying read Helen with strong rhythm and rhyme.

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  4. Lovin' the flow and thought in this piece.

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  5. Great association with the boomerangs! You've captured the vibrant movement in the painting.

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  6. Ah, it's all coming back to me now. :)
    rel

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  7. Great poem, Helen! Lively and colourful, like the painting.

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  8. I appreciate the work and thought behind this magpie. Thank you Helen.

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  9. It's interesting t wonder what Kandinsky himself would make of our musings! Boomerangs never occurred to me, though they should have done considering I'm in Oz.

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  10. The energy on this page is floating free..I love your totally original take..

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  11. I like this a lot..a time to float free, the artist, his paintings and neophyte me..a very original take on the painting

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  12. Dear Helen: A wonderful boomerang effect~ ARt making more Art via blending of the synesthesia effect of our multi-sensory pineal brain (dmt?). Did Kandinksy know of this? Genius!

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  13. I really liked your poem, I usualy dont care for rhyming poems but yours is a very fine exception to that rule:-)

    http://wanderwithoutbeinglost.blogspot.com/2012/01/today.html

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  14. Love the floating boomerangs! Nice!

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  15. Impressive. I did consider the boomerang, but didn't have your insight into how it might be used. A very fine poem.

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  16. Love what you saw in this Helen....what a clever take on the prompt!!

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  17. Wonderful stuff! I love this interpretation of the painting, here!

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  18. I think the red spot painting deserves an F. However, I am also a neophyte, so what would I know!
    But the boomerangs? Ha! Now there is art at its best with all four paintings showing you have taste. Amazing isn't it, that the most industrially primitive people on earth could have invented the aerofoil thousands of years before the Wright Brothers.
    And the poem neatly says all that but better.
    Somehow I doubt you are a neophyte! :-)

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  19. I did enjoy your extra added pictures, as well as you words. :)

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  20. Wonderful. (I saw boomerangs, too, but you go much deeper) Thank you.

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