October 28, 2005

"Goya Moment" Details

And so, with this post of details, “Goya Moment” week concludes at TINSQUO.

This painting is conceived to function across scales, implicitly positing that there is no privileged point of view other than the one you’re currently experiencing.

In the artblog entrance to the painter’s life, consider this post a virtual hoisting of a mug at a cyber Cedar Tavern. Thanks for lingering with me in this pause before attention turns to the next canvas.

For a recap, see the prior entry of states and the time-lapse DV of the painting’s creation (QT 8.5).

Posted by mark at October 28, 2005 11:43 PM