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Saturday, August 30, 2014


Your line work, well, it needs work. It's got to have some ferocity to it, viewers have to feel like they've been disapproved of for eternity! And get my chops next time. You missed my chops.

- Thank you Jill!
PS: Wolfie is one of four rescue bunnies and an art critic of course ;-)


Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

Well,I say it's time to take up plumbing (my favorite) or a thing else. Once bunnies become critics, life can become a little gloomy. I do suspect the art world is bracing itself for some new " ism," bunnyism?

Little Miss Titch said...

Hehehehe I call it constructive criticism,xx Rachel

RG said...

I wonder if Jill asked for the critique or it was just volunteered. It actually seems quite helpful ... and the demonstration there that Wolfie has provided is quite visual.

BTW AJ - I would suggest not asking a bunny for a critique of your plumbing work. Unless you have your boots on and your tools handy - but you probably already know that.

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

I think we're witnessing a prime example of deconstructive criticism at its best :-) Reminds me of the bust of the Pope Benedict by Auguste Rodin. Everyone wanted Rodin to do the bust except the Pope :-) He too, was most disapproving of the whole thing and had quite the tizzy fits.

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

Actually, RG, I may not have thought that through vey well. Ijon, I have to find out more about this. Rodin is about my least favorite, well my least favorite anything, but I don't know this story. I assume the Pope wanted it to be done by some up and coming bunny sculptor instead?

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

After going through his biography not my favorite either. The fuss was about the Pope not understanding why he had to sit and why the work could not be done from a photo. And he would not allow Rodin to look at his noggin from above - can't have someone looking down on the Pope ;-) I think Wolfie is a much better subject in every way, actively engaging in the process for the sake of quality above all. If it means shredding the work and soul of the artist so be it ;-)