This is one of the most complicated pieces I've done.
Very clean lines and nicely balanced color.
I like how I bent the squid's legs over its body.
See Oui Oui's toes? She's SUCH a busy body!
And NOT part of the sculpture.
Whereas some pieces are light and airy like the first photo,
this is tight and cramped, almost urban in feeling.
The austere whiteness of the cup, the brilliant color causes an interesting tension.
What is the meaning of the bits of left over food?
I learned don't use your mom's lunch as part of your art!
Especially when she's "running late" - whatever that is!
She was not amused when I chewed a hole in the bag and ate her lunch.
Personally, I felt it was liberating to try a new concept.
Another study in contrasts.
I like the counter balance of the starkness vs the lively color.
Hee, hee! An artistic joke!
Very thought provoking.
Is the food so horrid it needs to be hidden from the light of day, or
it is just being saved to be savored at a later moment?
The viewer gets to decide.
MMM had an art show late last summer, and she's about due for another soon. She hopes you enjoyed her little preview at her studio.