Saturday, January 19, 2008

Navigation Drawings

Just when i think, i've seen them all map-art, comes new striking images, such as Julian Schnabel's map works

South America, 2007 oil on map mounted on linen 76 7/8 x 49 1/2 inches

North America, 2007 oil on map mounted on linen 81 x 65 1/4 inches

Vancouver Island, 2007 oil on map mounted on linen47 5/8 x 39 3/4 inches

Julian Schnabel Umpqua River, 2007 oil on map mounted on linen 47 7/8 x 40 1/8 inches

4 comments:

Jorge said...

I saw an exhibition of his work recently that I enjoyed. Have to admit, wasn't familiar with him until then. Be well,
J.

Lc said...

Hello from Faial Island in Azores.

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Princess Haiku said...

You seem to continue to find new map art on your nocturnal journeys.

Do you remember an orchid map you gave me long ago? I would post this again as it is a fav of mine.

It is time for us to meet again in the garden of the Taj Mahal. I can feel the coolness of moonlight as a woven shawl that wraps around us. Nighttime hides the secrets and memories of many months and weaves them together in tales.

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