Sonntag, 4. Mai 2014

dc FOOD



This weeks theme for the drawing challenge FOOD chosen from the talented
Patrice reminded me of an old painting a made actually 20 years! ago!
Well time flies.
So I brought it out of the basement and quickly shot a few snapshots.


And I thought about the saying that you are what you eat 
and I have taken it literally
and made a few collages with it

and here we have "the aubergine-girl"



... "the mushroom-girl"



"un as'n echt'n Hamburger darf'n Fischkopp natüllich auch nich fehln"

and as a real Hamburg (I mean the people of Hamburg, not the Burgers, 
although an Hamburgian invented this damn old thing, honestly!)
a fishhead can't be missed because we are called this way  her in Hamburg
Fischkopp.


And its for sure important to eat healthy food but I guess not less important 
to keep good care for the food! So please don't miss my 
last post about theterrible practise of deep sea trawling 
which leads to servere damages not only
for the sea but in the end for all of us. So please read it and 
sign in the petition against it!

Thank you all!
Barbara

Kommentare:

celine schroeder hat gesagt…

wow, what a painting that is! I never thought of you making these kinds of paintings, I could never do that! But I love your collages, specially the aubergine girl. They make me smile, I absolutely think they are great!

CERULEAN hat gesagt…

Wonderful interpretation of the theme. Love your collages.Great painting too.

Carole Reid hat gesagt…

Beautiful painting...... love to see artist's earlier works. Your sunny sense of humour works perfectly with Patrice's theme. I hope your weekend was good. xo Carole

Susan Christensen hat gesagt…

Bravo, Barbara! Great collages, especially (for me) the fish-head woman!
Happy week this post made me smile!
-sus

♥ tinyWOOLF ♥ hat gesagt…

look at that classical painting! i could not have imagined. so why is it in the basement at all??

i love your collages, yes, aubergine sticks to me too, but the fischkopp is too funny..
the news on the trawling is bad, he? thxs for bringing it to our attention.

right.
soon, okay? n♥

Kristen Donegan hat gesagt…

Wow Barbara what a wonderful painting! such a treat to see something of your artistic past :)

The collages are brilliant! all of them I couldn't choose which I like best- and I couldn't find the link to the trawling- but I have been following ocean health for a long time and it is abysmal right now!
My son just got his class to write to the governments of Japan and China to stop fishing sharks -
You would think fisherman would understand better how they are affecting the oceans- (but here I'm being naive because its corporations right)
And don't get me started on the pollution!

mano hat gesagt…

deine collagen sind einfach großartig - das auberginen-mädel ist mein liebling! und dein still-leben ist der wahnsinn. der rahmen tut das seinige noch dazu, ich dachte an herrn cezanne oder so...
liebe grüße!

Patrice A. hat gesagt…

such a classic painting!
i like it but
i love your collages!! ;^)))

just one more night!
see you tomorrow
xxx

Ariane Reichardt hat gesagt…

Ha, liebste Barbara, ich liebe "the aubergine-girl"! love it!

Bist Du gut angekommen? Ist Yumi Dir um den Hals gefallen?

Herzlichst,
xo Ariane

Stefanie Seltner hat gesagt…

Das Bild ist ja toll! Das würde ich mir in meine Küche hängen. Und Deine Collagen sind super, das Aubergine-Mädchen wundervoll funny.
Ja und das mit der Tiefsee, das ist furchtbar...
Liebe Grüße und dennoch eine schöne Woche Dir
Stefanie

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