Monday, April 27, 2009

Hierarchy of Artists?
AKA
Ian Sands @ the National Gallery of Art

As it turns out, some of my art was seen at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC last week. That same art is now on display right across the street at the Hirshorn Museum. Here are some photos...



Highlighter Fox right next to Pollock.



Highlighter Fox right next to Lichtenstein.



Highlighter Fox in front of Ady Warhol because... it was just easier.



Highlighter Fox next to the guy I'm always trying to get my lines to look more like.. Kline.



Highlighter Fox next to Victorine Meurent as painted by Manet.



And then Highlighter Fox took his place among the other great art of the Hirshorn Sculpture Garden as part of the Wishing Tree.

7 comments:

Craft Write said...

What a sly fox, Ian. You had me going there. The good thing is, I totally believed it. Some day...

C.R. Evers said...

highlighter fox has put them all to shame.

Ginger*:) said...

Very clever, Ian. I loved seeing Roy's work, he was my teacher in college. You have a gift for freedom in all your work. I like Mr. Fox. See what wonders you can create with only some highlighters!

deeol said...

This is fantastic! Makes me want to get my art into museums too...

Lynne Chapman said...

Perfect - my favourite entry of the week! So funny. Rather like your foxy friend actually...

Allison Quattlebaum said...

i find this slightly hilarious.

Janelle said...

Ian, you crack me up! I love it!