Since You Asked (2)... by anahata.c ()
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These two don't go together---the colors are very different---but they're both ceramics, from Mexico.
The top is a toucan, and the bottom is a singer. Her expression isn't fear: It's rapture.
I'll do one more---a full arpillera...
Image Comments (14)
Wolfenshire () 11:16PM | Thu, 07 May 2020
Beautiful. Thanks for the comment on my Baestar chapter, I always appreciate your incite.
bugsnouveau () 10:04AM | Fri, 08 May 2020
Love 'em! The singer is really fascinating and it's cool to see your stuff
eekdog () 11:41AM | Fri, 08 May 2020
cool bird, looks like a toucan Sam in different colors. and that mask is so bitchin' cool. colors are terrific and face style. your captures are brilliant my friend. stay safe please ..
goodoleboy () 2:57PM | Fri, 08 May 2020
Strikingly colorful and sharply detailed photos of these stunning wall ceramics, Mark. I thought the bottom one was reacting in mock surprise, but it also looks like it's singing. Oh well, 'toucan' can play at this game. Sorry, I couldn't resist the pun.
bakapo () 7:46PM | Fri, 08 May 2020
I love the fact that the toucan's wings form a heart. The singer... wow, amazing! With closed eyes and the open mouth, with flowers on cheeks and birds on chin, she sings the song of her people and the people of the whole world.
RodS () 9:01PM | Fri, 08 May 2020
I would imagine she's singing "Bird, bird, bird - Bird is the word...." Sorry - couldn't help myself...... 😜
Anyway.... Both of these wonderful ceramics are wonderful, and so colorful you can't help but smile when you see them. They remind us that there is still beauty, color, and joy to be had in this troubled world.
giulband () 1:28AM | Sat, 09 May 2020
Once again interesting collection, The color's game on the objects surfaces is the thing I often see in your art, so how the ability to see behind the surface of the objects to understand their meaning.
goldie () Online Now! 7:04AM | Sat, 09 May 2020
You certainly do have a magnificent collection, Mark...the lower piece reminds me of Munch's "The Scream."
dragongirl () 3:57PM | Sat, 16 May 2020
Clearly, not only are your “messes” quite orderly, you are also an industrious duster. All of of your collection are not only interesting and beautiful, they are also spotless!! 👏👏👏. ( great respect from a non-industrious duster)
helanker () 1:21PM | Thu, 11 June 2020
Wonderful, both of them, but I love the colors and patterns of the lower one the most.... naaa.. I do love the patterns very much on the upper too.
romanceworks () 2:24PM | Wed, 17 June 2020
These are wonderful. I adore toucans ... my favorite tropical bird. I actually have giant toucan sculptures hanging from my ceiling in the living room. Doesn't everyone???
blondeblurr () 6:29AM | Thu, 18 June 2020
I just literally had to comment on this Toucan bird and I cannot believe, how close [!!!] - not only the colours are, but also the style of our native Aboriginals "Dot paintings". They used all natural paints from organic plants, found in the Australian bush. It is truly remarkable !