|Do you have a favorite work of art?
I don't have a favourite painting per se, but I've loved the work of Joan Mirķ since I was at school. I was always very interested in his use of colour, and the way that his imagery was influenced by his dreams. I prefer the work he created during the middle of his career - 'Dancer' and 'Constellation: The Morning Star' are two of the best.
Also (and this may sound a little strange) I completely love all artwork created by young children! It's like Picasso said 'every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up' - there's something about pictures which are created through a combination of naivety and no limit on imagination that I find incredibly refreshing. They allow you to see the world through a child's eyes, and I find this incredibly inspirational.
If this refers to my own, the answer is no. I always try to improve my work so that what i've done before becomes an embarassment.
I mentioned a list of artists earlier whose work I admire, however I could not pin point a specific work of art that stands outs out as my favourite of all time.
Too many to list. Rodin sculpture. Pollack paintings. Steinberg drawings. Harvey Dunn. Dali. Monet.
its all around us all the time...
Not really. I'm Mainly into other illustrators work. But I'm a big fan of Ron Mueck, Todd Schorr and super realism in general
The Human Body. It's Perfection. God's Greatest work of Art.
anything that Barron Storey produces.
It really depends on my mood. There is so much good art out there.
Nope. Why limit yourself?
I don't have a particular one, i admire what i see.
No. I can narrow it down to about a hundred. Maybe.
Franny & Zooey, by JD Salinger. I realize that's not a visual work of art, but nevertheless.
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