This clown does not wish to haunt your dreams.
It wishes to make you squeal with laughter, not scream in fear.
Yesterday, I posted about my visit to the Hirshhorn museum’s exhibit of Marcel Duchamp. I was inspired by his surrealistic/experimental approach to creating art. Here are the results that came out of that inspiration…
On the same overcast day as my visit to the Hirshhorn, I saw the U.S. Capitol and Washington Monument and wanted to see how they would look touching, top to top. The image makes me think of an alternate world. Some people might already consider the Capitol as an alternate world.
Duchamp added a mustache and little chin beard to a postcard of the Mona Lisa. I added headphones, mask, and rose tattoo to give her more of a modern look.
I filled shadows of my daughters and me with a photo of blurred Christmas lights.
A wall of reflected memories.
Well, the monster could be shy — or it could be afraid of heights. Or both.
A possible former life, since those tugs to the ocean are undeniable.
As seen on one of my walks…
Text written in concrete of the sidewalk: “You’ll never find a rainbow lookin down”
Been stuck in this alley seems like years…
The photo depicts a narrow alley leading to a street, where the light at the intersection displays the red hand symbol for “Don’t Walk.” The photo’s message reads, “Still waiting for red hand to disappear so I can walk out of this accursed alley.”