Finding this image:
Made me think of this:
Which reminded me of another book cover:
Which made me think of Austin’s own:
A family needs a home:
and even better this:
With less candles and more karma:
Without pants and one less shoe:
And one less leg:
McCarthy’s sculpture reminded me of Alverson’s amazing painting:
Flesh triggered another painter’s fleshy legs:
More women and less peter’s equals this:
Which ultimately has you and I singing this for the rest of the day:
Which sent me looking for… Martin Kersel’s “Twist” sculpture: http://popartmachine.com/item/pop_art/2009-MCAS.014CS002/MARTIN-KERSELS-TWIST-1993 (mistakenly listed as a painting/print here)
So good. Something about David Shrigley always makes me smile. Thanks, Margaret!
I love this it will have me thinking today, trolling through legs, leggie-ness and images of bodies and how they are held up.
I’ll pass this on…
Thanks for letting me walk along the path with you a bit…
wow! that james joyce cover and louise!!!
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A fine sequence of images complete with a musical finale. Excellent post.
Very interesting–love seeing the thought proses and your stream-of-consciousness on the triggers of ideas. I’d enjoy seeing more.