I’m on the road in Santa Barbara, where I believe we are about to have an excellent time. Shot a few photos, but they were not particularly interesting. Sometime this week, I hope to get back to the mission, which I have been thinking about since last year–it is a singularly amazing visual pleasure–and will share those photos with you.
In the meantime, shallow little pleasure for you (and who ever said all pleasures should be meaningful, hmm? Is a rootbeer float meaningful?). Go see who should paint your portrait. This is my result:
|Who Should Paint You: Gustav Klimt|
|Sensual and gorgeous, you would inspire an enchanting portrait..
With just enough classic appeal to be hung in any museum!
5 thoughts on “Who should paint your portrait?”
Mine was Andy Warhol with a portrait of Liz Taylor. Hmm…
I was Andy Warhol, too. Not what I expected.
Actually, Barbara, I’d think you were a Modigliani. Me? This: http://ginablack.net/images/ginabymarcia2.jpg is me. My mom painted that. 😉 (I always wondered what I was doing with an artichoke in my hair, but as I get older I understand).
My Dad and Stepmom were in Santa Barbara on Thursday, on their way down to see my boy graduate HS (which he did last night). :sigh:
Who Should Paint You: Alfred Gockel
All American yet funky, you inspire an artist’s imagination
And while not everyone will understand your portrait, you will!What Artist Should Paint Your Portrait?
Who Should Paint You: Roy Lichtenstein
Larger than life, your personality overshadows everyone in the room
A painter would tend to portray you with a bit of added flair!
I love Klimt. I have two of his prints here in my office (The Kiss is a framed puzzle, actually). But according to the quiz I’d be best painted by M.C. Escher:
“Open and raw, you would let your true self show for your portrait.
And even if your painting turned out a bit dark, it would be honest.”