By Corrine Bayraktaroglu
OH HOW CUTE! Okay, well, I gave you the ONE different Kewpie. I know you'll make something amazing.Your art keeps getting cooler and cooler, as if you're inventing new levels of cool. How do you do that?!Love you!Margot
Your homage to Basquiat is looking great! And I love that large black and white doll on the right. It makes me think of Banksy.
Wonderful post!!!! Loved the video, very interesting. I love your art as well. You are so creative, something that is very inspirational to me. I wish that I were that creative.I LOVE YOUR STYLE!*HUGS*Angela
Hey, luv the art. Tried to watch the Video, but volumn not working for me on it. Other ones on page working for me, so must be video.Your creativity abounds!!
wow ..your skull looks fantastic Corrine !!!I loved the film...what a tragedy that he died so young ...
This might interest you:http://secretnotebookswildpages.blogspot.com/2008/06/ray-caesar-retrospective.html
The skull is coming along nicely. Anxious to see how the resin coating looks.
whenever I visit your blog Corrine, I get to learn something new and seeing something very interesting and unique! I shall try to figure out the recipe you wrote to me about. Hope you had a great weekend! best..dee
oh my margot you sure did, and what a challenge, but I do have an idea about what to do margot lol!thanks undaunted, and what do you mean angela, you wish you were that creative? err! I think you are :)Shez, shame about the volume, but they didn't say anything profound, so really it was just a chance to see the real basquiat.Kim, all those drugs took their toll. The film was great, but it didn't really show the depth of his character (and it wasn't all that nice).Dinah, I loved the link, thanks for sharing it. Ray Ceasar's work is very intriguing.Jan, the resin has an interesting effect because what it does is soften the look of the paint. It is just a little difficult to show the effect with a photo, but I will give it a go (before and after pic).Thanks Dee :)
you have an amazing site and lovely art. I really enjoyed going thru your site. Nice to meet you :)
Thanks Robin :)
The skull & freaky looking kewpie dolls would probably sell very well here in the New Orleans area. Keep up the good work. :)
Your "Homage to Basquiat" is exciting! You are SO good.
Ahhh Basquiat...he was such a beautiful man...such a great artist. Every time I see a video of him, I have this achey, missing feeling for him. Strange. Very strange. I don't know too many artists that really dig him. I knew there was something special about you!! Your homage to him is perfect. Love it.Peace & Love.PS I'd be honor if you added my blog to your list...I'm adding you to mine friend!
I love your painting. Great idea that Hommage to Basquiat. Thanks.Carole
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