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Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist?
Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed.
For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?
Surrealism (or is it?)
Transcendentalism, the Ralph Waldo Emerson kind, which for visual artists seems to get me to Winslow Homer. I'm ok with that.
Classic Lisa Frankism...I kinda miss that. It's changed somehow.
But I voted for impressionism. Yeah, I know, no connection there. That's just how I am.
lonelypond wrote:Transcendentalism, the Ralph Waldo Emerson kind, which for visual artists seems to get me to Winslow Homer. I'm ok with that.
Was it Emerson or Thoreau that lived in a cabin in the woods for a few years?
curtisuxor wrote:Was it Emerson or Thoreau that moved to live in a cabin in the woods?
Good ol' Realism. Being able to replicate something like a photo is really underrated, imo.
But there will always be a special place in my heart for Lisa Frank.
How did you forget Bio-mechanical Surrealism?
Post-Impressionism! Van Gogh! Duh!
curtisuxor wrote:Was it Emerson or Thoreau that lived in a cabin in the woods for a few years?
Emerison...from what I remember from American Lit, Thoreau was kind of a pansy when it came to living with nature. I think he tried it one day and came back to the city.
M.C. Escher - mathematically inspired graphic artist
"Ism's in my opinion are not good. A person should not believe in an -ism, he should believe in himself."
keckfitty1 wrote:Emerison...from what I remember from American Lit, Thoreau was kind of a pansy when it came to living with nature. I think he tried it one day and came back to the city.
Apparently the cabin Thoreau lived in (On Walden's Pond) was on Emerson's land and not the detached from civilization hideaway people might assume. I never understood why more people seem to reference Thoreau and not Emerson.
Surrealism! Let's get dali'd!
johnnybowden wrote:Surrealism! Let's get dali'd!
Me too, surrealism for the win!
ochopika wrote:Me too, surrealism for the win!
Count me in.
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