Monday, November 07, 2011

Inspiration exists, BUT

I haven't seen the movie Modigliani, which some say is awful, but I thought this video clip and music lovely.


Played in my sketchbook last night and there must be some subliminal message about being wooly-minded ;)

  However today my Monday Muse is telling me to get off the computer and start laying the groundwork for a painting and an embroidery.  The ideas have been fermenting for weeks and are busting to get out.

Inspiration does exist, but it must find you working.

6 comments:

Sherri said...

i LOVE Modigliani... and i really enjoyed the movie... i have read that it exaggerates his lifestyle but isn't that true of most movies? have to make it more exciting somehow...

i'm working on a sugar skull right now... i am designing one to be tattooed on my arm and i suppose it's going to have a theme related to my MS junk...

p.s. i love looking at your art... your yarn projects, and well all of it... :)

Jennibellie said...

Great post, thanks for sharing, and love the Picasso quote too, he's right now telling me to get on writing and stop stalling lol much love Jennibellie xx

Anonymous said...

I (vaguely) remember the movie. It was kind of depressing.

I LOVE his work but personally dislike him as a person.

Alot of those guys were pretty squirrely, though. I sometimes wonder if a good bit of it was the toxic pigments they used in their paints?

Treena

Cindy said...

I know the feeling...I spend way too much time playing on the computer! Love your drawing and thanks for stopping by at Art, Books, Tea!

Maggie Hall said...

Corrine, sent a message couple of weeks ago.... doing a second-edition of Marmite, want to put you in it. Jeez forgot what I asked now.... but basically: is the shrine still on show in your home? What do people say when they see it? And: how long in the US? What brought you here, a job, love, or...? Are you from Newcastle/South Shields or.. ? and add anything you like@

It's that I am almost out of time -my deadline was two days ago!

Cheers,
Maggie.

JafaBrit's Art said...

oh, I don't remember seeing a message. Let me get back to you via email.