Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Day 8- The bird and her-

Do you see the flying girl? I wish I was up there 'flying' from tree to tree!
So today its about 'her and the birds'.
From Film in review, page C3, 'The Red Birds', a documentary (directed by Brigitte Cornand) that deals with 'the realative invisibility of female artists in our culture'...Each participating aritst is represented by a bird (a specific bird that somehow relates to her). When the artists speak we see the birds. Wouldn't you love to watch that? I would and I definitely will!
But wait! in the Food section, on page D3, one reads about two women who have just opened a bakery where they bake pies they were taught by their grandmother (do I want to go there?? Should we meet there?) What do they call it? "Four and twenty blackbirds".



So what is it with 'her and the birds'?
Hugs-

9 comments:

gretchenmist said...

i would like to watch this documentary.
it's a pretty cool picture!
love how the colours come through to your piece, and the big brushstrokes behind.
xx

caramela said...

Thank you for visiting Belinda- it sounds cool doesn't it- the artists as a bird...- and yes, the mylar is gorgeous to work with- I love the layering-
Annamaria :)

red-handed said...

We all love birds ... they can fly.

caramela said...

True red! Thank you for visiting-
Annamaria :)

vivienne strauss said...

I can't wait to see that documentary! Have you seen The Spider, the Mistress & the Tangerine? It is also extremely inspiring!

caramela said...

No I haven't, but sice you mention it I will definitely look out for it. Thanks Vivienne-
Annamariaxx

ELK said...

the pinks are so evident and strong yest soft and subtle too...I am enjoying the nice series friend

caramela said...

Thank you Elk, I always love your comments-
Annamaria :)

Sophie Munns said...

a fascinating series Annamaria.... the light touch and yet lingering thoughts and atmosphere that come from them ...I like that!
Sophie