Saturday, May 26, 2007

Women in Art

10 comments:

Indeterminacy said...

The universal eye of the artist for feminine beauty. Amazing collage!

Princess Haiku said...

Hi Indiy,
It is- suppposedly it's one of the most popular downloads today. What is going on here. Fine art in high demand?

S. Camille Crawford said...

I would say it was done because they can. The technology was there and with a love of the female face in fine art, it seems it might have called out to the artist of this piece. That's my guess anyway.
It's definitely fabulous to watch!
I wonder what the original artists would think of seeing their images in this way? Just a thought.
Very enjoyable. Thank you for this!

Camille

Salix Tree said...

That was lovely.
Looking at all those faces, I wondered... what they were like, what were they thinking, how did they live?

bluewyvern said...

Oh, most cool.

Princess Haiku said...

Camille- you have raised an interesting point and wonder what you think about it.

Salix-I thought about that too. The video also shows how our entire lives are seconds in history.

Bluewyver-thanks and glad you liked it.

Delphine R2M said...

"women in art", but also through centuries, how great!

Delphine R2M said...

And thank you for the link!

S. Camille Crawford said...

Princess... I would say the only thing to be careful of when using other people's art is to not manipulate the content. In this piece, that wasn't happening. The original pieces are not being changed, just added together with other images. If it was mine, I wouldn't mind. But I can be really picky with my own art if it is modified in any way by someone else.

Camille

Princess Haiku said...

glad that you stopped to visit delphine.