Sunday, July 21, 2013

Sunday inspiration

Happy Sunday, friends!

Today's inspiration comes from Alexa Meade, an artist who, according to her Web site, "paints directly on the surfaces of live models and found objects in three-dimensional space, collapsing real-world depth into seemingly two-dimensional paintings." The result is pretty amazing! She talks about her process in the video below, and you can see more of her incredible artwork at her Web site. Enjoy!



Wishing you all a creative and inspirational Sunday. ☺

38 comments:

  1. Yes, I find it very interesting, really amazing, thanks for discovering it for us!

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  2. Oh my, that really is amazing! Thank you for sharing things that I probably never would find on my own, but are really inspiring!

    Bless you!! :)

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    1. Glad you liked it, Cheryl. Have a wonderful Sunday!

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  3. This is incredible! I'm going to share this with the hubs. Thanks for sharing this, Dana. :)

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  4. More cool art! Thanks for sharing this stuff. I feel cultured.

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    1. I always feel more creative after I watch it—and also very inferior. LOL

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  5. That's pretty amazing, and how funny that the kids get it first. :)

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    1. I thought that was great. Kids are pretty perceptive. :)

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  6. Whoa. He looks like he belongs in the Blue Man band! I don't know how I'd like be painted like that! Very cool, though.

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    1. I don't think I'd like it too much. I'd love to watch her at work, though.

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  7. This is amazing and so incredible! I'm off to watch again!

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    1. It's fun to watch, isn't it? :)

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  8. WOW, this is really cool. Makes me wonder how he gets all that paint off after she takes her pictures! ♥

    Kathy
    http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com

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    1. I wondered the same thing. I know I wouldn't want it on me!

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    1. Her work is just beautiful. ☺

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  10. Huh. Interesting! I've never even heard of that concept before!

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    1. It's pretty amazing what a creative mind can do. :)

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  11. I love learning about people who think outside the box. This artist certainly does. Very cool.

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  12. Wow. That's so awesome. On our trip through New Orleans, we saw several advertisements for a museum of body art--where people were literally on display and artistically painted. Unfortunately I believe most of it was rather pornographic, or we might have had to check it out. This, though, is just too cool.

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    1. Yeah, I don't think I would have taken my kids to one of those museums either. LOL

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  13. Absolutely amazing! Hope you're having a lovely start to the week. :)

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    1. It's been busy, but so far, so good. :) Hope yours is good, too!

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  14. This is so wonderful. What colours!

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    1. They're pretty gorgeous, aren't they? I love her reason for choosing them. :)

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  15. Such a cool concept. It's quite the puzzle though in that the "painting" can become permanent only in the photography.

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    1. I wonder how the artist feels about that...

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  16. Wow wow wow Dana, you blow my mind with this new creative sunday, I love love love this. I must save this link and check out this artist, can't figure out where she was from, and what a wonderful model, this guy is perfect and ..brave...Brrhhh... All this painting in the body, I don't know who could make me do this...

    Thanks for sharing !!!

    Grace

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    1. I know I couldn't do it! I'm glad you enjoyed the video. :)

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