Friday, October 24, 2008

The Motor Primitives & The Friday Evening Nudes

I'm not sure whose work this is. Anyone? Is it Schiele?



Amedeo Modigliani

Matisse
Klimt

The Motor Primitives
CD Inner-Sleeve Art


Who are The Motor Primitives, you ask? They hail from Madison, Wisconsin, our very own Ed of Enriched Geranium is their bassit and they rock! I don't know where the track will end up in all of this but it should be here somewhere on the blog. It's called Classified and the delay in posting about the CD I just bought comes from not having wanted to take it out of my car player. Yes, it's that good. If you don't believe me, check it out for yourselves!




7 comments:

  1. I really like the way Gustav K. captured so much truth in his impressionistic approximations of reality.

    And Holy Cow, were the MPs referencing you on that inner sleeve? I'm not surprised, it would be so appropriate!

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  2. as my teen niece would say ...

    so excellent!

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  3. I'm checking it out! Looks really good! :)

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  4. Love the loose lines of Klimt! The Motor Primitives would be worth a trip to Madison! Why, oh why did we leave Chicago?

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  5. CR: I guess they asked about the person (me) who they'd be autographing the CD for and Ed mentioned the Friday nudes series. As Ed described it, a few beers later and the muse began to flow! I thought it was great fun and wished I'd been there to share in the laughs! :D

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  6. I can see how the Friday Nudes would inspire!!! I am, myself, inspired by the series and several other things (including the bizarre blog of Wally Torta - see my blogs link section) to join a life drawing series - we'll see how that goes. My first session is set for this Thursday. I don't promise to post anything from it!

    Pagan, I'm pretty sure you have two Klimts in this series - the first piece is a Klimt, too. The same gaunt, cheek-boney model he used for some of his paintings. A lot of the poses were auto-erotic...

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  7. I wish you had been there, too!

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