Paint by Numbers
This painting reminds me of Maryland. If you look at nautical maps of the Chesapeake Bay, they have a similar pattern of lines and numbers indicating the water depth. Interestingly enough, this was the one piece of art in the entire museum that DH had photographed when he visited with my parents and aunt last summer while I was working and they were touristing in the city.
This collage combines one of my favorite mediums (collage) with one of my favorite subjects (anatomy/the human body). It reminds me of those phrenology heads that were so popular in the 19th century.
Enlarged off the internet for your viewing ability:
Finally, a Campbell's soup can. No, not one of the bright ones in red and white. I really like the texture of the tin can underneath the torn paper wrapping in this one.
Editor's note: If you enjoyed this vicarious museum visit, you might also like to see modern art in New York City; contemporary local art in Kerrville, TX; or glass art and miniatures in Chicago.