Monday, July 02, 2007

Women in Art

You know, I just thought it would be fun to pass along some of the inspiration that comes to my eye on any given day. I'm a giver. So take a look:



I found the inpiration while being inspired at Creative Swoon.

Enjoy!

24 comments:

Hobbes said...

That's really neat.

G said...

Hobbes, I thought so too; glad you enjoyed.

Cynthia said...

Thank you for the lovely comments on my blog and for the Etsy Heart! This really is an amazing video and enjoyed watching it.

Claire said...

Very cool!

ariel said...

I loved it. no sound to me, so I didn't hear anything but the pictures were so much fun. there is one moment at the middle when she actually seems to smile and turn her head to hide that smile, it was totally sweet.

I will never think of plastic surgery the same way again!

Diesel said...

That's pretty cool, and I can't tell you how happy I was that it didn't end on Paris Hilton.

Pinky said...

HI!! Just stopping by and saying hello! You sound well and happy, both of which are very cool. Much love to you!

Pavel said...

Awesome!!! That was so well done!

Thanks for sharing, and I second Diesel's thoughts.

neva said...

that was stunning. loved it... i mean, i LOVELOVELOVED it.

was this up yesterday? i could have sworn i checked here then, and i sure don't remember seeing it. ah well... glad i made it over before you offered up yet another clever form of inspiration. well done, NBFF! (or should i say "well borrowed"? heh heh) ; ) xox

goldennib said...

That's neat. How do they do that?

MyUtopia said...

Oh wow, that is really cool.

actonbell said...

Fabulous, I really enjoyed watching that. I've seen something like this done with actual photographs, but not with paintings. And the music was divine, too:)

TLP said...

Wow. Just, wow!

Dan said...

I saw this posted on my friend Sai's site. Amazing isn't it?

How are you G? I haven't seen you in some time. Hope you are well. :)

tsduff said...

So many beautiful faces... and so many poses. The transitions were amazing, and I love the cello. I'm thoroughly enchanted with your fabulous find!

Logophile said...

OK, I loved that.
Parts of it were slightly disturbing, its weird to see a face sort of sliding around like that but overall it was just gorgeous and fascinating.
Great find, G!

Doug said...

That is really neat. The music was perfect.

Pavel said...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, G!!!

G said...

Cynthia, glad you did - the comments were well deserved. Nice work.

Claire - agreed.

Ariel, me neither. Now I have to watch for that spot.

Diesel, it was for that reason alone that I ran it!

Pinky...wait, wha? who was that masked redhead?! ;)

Pavel, I'm with you both. Glad you got to see it.

Neva, was your comment here for a week? Ay, where have I been?!

Goldennib, I'd love to know - it's amazing!

Myutopia, it is indeed.

Actonbell, the music and the paintings were a nice marriage I must say.

TLP! I've stunned you? Well not me actually, but... :)

G said...

Dan, it is amazing isn't it. How are you? It's high time I visited - I've really been out of the loop. Thanks for dropping by as it was nice to see you.

Terry, I know - the beautiful faces with the cello music. It's nothing short of magical.

Logo, I get you about the whole morphing thing - sometimes it can make you wince a little.

Doug, you're back from your exotic trip!

Pavel, thanks fellow moonchild ;)

Doug said...

Sure am, G. I ate toucan. It's a Hoosier delicacy.

G said...

Now that's living!

michelle said...

That was really fun to watch, it made me realize how similar so many women look that are painted in the same era, like they could all be related.

G said...

Michelle, so true. I was actually thinking that as one morphed into the other. Thanks for stopping by and glad you enjoyed.