RE: Jackson Pollock (RE: ART: What Art Is)

From: zeb haradon (
Date: Sun May 28 2000 - 17:26:15 MDT

>From: "altamira" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: RE: Jackson Pollock (RE: ART: What Art Is)
>Date: Sun, 28 May 2000 17:20:17 -0500


>wanted to do a coffee-table book of close-up photos of these beautiful
>molds. The variety of colors and patterns is astounding. Now that I have
>digital camera, my dream can come true, although instead of a paper book it
>will have to be an e-book. I think I'll call the web site "Frigidaire

I hope you're serious. This is a good idea. David Lynch (the film director)
is also a painted, and a lot of his work features natural items in various
states of decay. He incorporated either a dead bird or dead rat into one of
his paintings, it was stuck to the canvas by paint. I had a bruise on my arm
once which stayed for several weeks, and changed colors, displaying
beautiful yellows and purples. I considered the idea of photographing it
each day, but never got around to it.
I do not remember the artist's name, but there was one guy who was inspired
to be a painter when he first saw a medical book of throat diseases. He
thought the colors of the various pustules were the most beautiful he'd ever

Zeb Haradon (
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