Inspiration with surrealism and German expressionism

Desire, German Expressionism, http://www.speedmuseum.org/exhibitions/picasso-to-pollock-modern-masterworks-from-the-eskenazi-museum-of-art/, Inspiration, Speed Art Museum, Surrealism

Who doesn’t have their mind bent with surrealism? Dream a little dream and draw autonomically.

I visited the Speed Art Museum (http://www.speedmuseum.org) in Louisville with my friend Kathy yesterday and saw works by German Expressionists, Surrealists and a few Jackson Pollocks. All on loan from the Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University.

It was intellectually inspiring, being able to trace revolutions from the late 1800’s to 1950. (http://www.speedmuseum.org/exhibitions/picasso-to-pollock-modern-masterworks-from-the-eskenazi-museum-of-art/)

I walked away with desire and feeling lucky.

8 thoughts on “Inspiration with surrealism and German expressionism

  1. Isn’t it great to be inspired by a good museum show? I can see the power that was transmitted to you, in the energetic curves and the assertive shading. Wonderful! Thanks for communicating that – it’s nice to know other people get a simialr charge from seeing art.

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