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Re: where the wild things are

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June 24 2008, 3:29 PM 

And?


Such impatience!

here's the exciting things you'll find.... on my walls....

andy warhol looks a scream.... in my kitchen




the other half really enjoys black and white photography especially Ansel Adams (the smaller frame), and this other one is Larry Silver and it is just a beautiful poster



over the far end of the kitchen table



and down the hall...


and around the corner




in the spare bedroom



and a painting I started some time agao and I'm not sure if I'm satisfied with it








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Re: where the wild things are

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June 24 2008, 3:41 PM 

lOve those Warhols and the Ansel Adams triptych

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June 24 2008, 3:45 PM 

have two other ansel's





and another I don't have a picture handy of and come to think of it, it doesn't have a proper title on it.



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June 24 2008, 3:48 PM 

Oh i'd always go for the one without the printed title.

I'd love an original, but they are excrutiatingy expensive.

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June 24 2008, 3:52 PM 

indeed, as would we.

we went to a photo exhibition that featured some of his original work- such little things. he printed in like a 4x4 format, but with such clariety and crispness!



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June 24 2008, 3:57 PM 

<<here's the exciting things you'll find.... on my walls....>>

Ah, beautiful indeed

<<Such impatience! >>

I want it yesteday

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June 24 2008, 4:52 PM 

You do realise that the second last pic from the bottom in the left corner is actually a photo of David Brighton and not Bowie?

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June 24 2008, 4:55 PM 



I think she does yes, a memento from a meeting I think.

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June 24 2008, 5:24 PM 


Yes. I interviewed him shortly after the Vittel water commercial and I got an autograph in return.

Then after I photographed one of his shows the whole band signed their poster and gave it to me- that has yet to be framed.





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March 8 2017, 3:48 PM 

Bump
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Re: Hang him on my wall...

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June 24 2008, 6:10 PM 

I'm no arty farty art critic by any means, but this is a few of what hangs on my walls.


Saw this painting in Newcastle and searched for years to get it. I don't think it's artistically correct, but love it.

Alexander Millar... "Almost home"



A painting i picked up at a local art college. Don't know the artists name, but i called it "Reunited"



A picture by my partner. Nameless



And this i picked up in Turkey years ago, made of leather. Everbody hates it and scared the kids when toddlers.



Thats all folks.
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June 24 2008, 6:11 PM 

the one you call "Reunited" is lovely!




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June 24 2008, 7:51 PM 

Leather, leather everywhere

Yes, I've seen those faces in Turkey.

This I really love..

Alexander Millar... "Almost home"

Reminds me of the film "Brief Encounter"

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June 24 2008, 8:07 PM 

I agree - that's nice

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June 24 2008, 9:03 PM 


>>>Reminds me of the film "Brief Encounter"<<<<<

Yea, i know what you mean.

Often wondered where the station is based. What is he hurrying home for?

Seams slighty Parisian, but the artist is Scotish, now living in Newcastle, who is famous for his paintings of "locals" that are know as ‘Gadgies’.

Link below about the artist and his work.


http://www.washingtongreen.co.uk/artists/alexander_millar/profile.asp


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June 24 2008, 9:09 PM 

Many thanks for the link nuclearstar I've put the link in my faves.

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June 24 2008, 9:28 PM 

Alexander Millar... "Almost home"

That one looks lovely!


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