HAHAHA! I LOVE the look on that little boy's face! Priceless!Snickers all the way, baby!
Where's the Reese's Peanut Butter Cups?!
You expect me to remember ALL of the candy? Oy!I'm just amazed that the M&Ms aren't at 100%! Sheesh!
Hah! Finally a 'painting' I understand! I've felt that way before, actually :)I lived across the street from the Boston Museum of Fine Art for 9 months while in college. I never went inside until the day my mother came to visit. They were doing a Renoir exhibit (he's the guy who painted a bunch of daisies), and my mom is a big fan, so we went.I could see the joy in my mother's eyes when she looked at the paintings so I remained silent, but all I got out of it was 'this guy uses way too much paint'. It must have been a half inch thick.So I must re-iterate: Benning, do an art apreciation post! I mean 'explain why a certain painting is brilliant', because I don't get it. I've always thought that the best painting is one that looks closest to an actual photograph (this opinion sends my mother off in a huff). Apparently this is not the case.Illuminate the masses Benning! I'm not in any way opposed to fine art, I just don't see the beauty most of the time. And I want to. Thanks in advance!Also, Kit Kat, all the way (M&M's with peanuts are a close second though)
My guide to appreciating art: I may not "know" art, but I know what I like!
Brooke, that's exactly how you need to appreciate art! It's the "Hmmm, I like this," moment.Does it make you look again? Are you drawn to it? That's why I love the Parrish painting, "Moonlight." I always come back to it to look. And be mesmerized. :D
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