Saturday, February 07, 2009

Deborah Grumet's "Studies in Digestion"

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From time to time I bring an artistic concept to the attention of the wonderfully clever Deborah Grumet, who kindly does me the favor of using her creative talents to make the concept a reality. For example, Deborah recently crafted this New Yorker parody cover—a dream come true for me (and, I hope, Deborah)!

Deborah recently received some coverage for a work she did completely on her own: "Studies in Digestion" (above). It consists of four pictures of the digestive tract done in the style of four different artists: Haring, Seurat, Magritte, and Picasso.

Deborah submitted this work to the Museum of Bad Art, which rejected it! Maybe it was just too darn good. That might be the case, as it is currently up for auction (until about 1:37 Sunday afternoon ET PT!) to raise money (in a tongue-in-cheek way) for the troubled Rose Art Museum of Brandeis University.

This, I think, would be perfect for a gastroenterologist or an art lover with a special interest in the digestive tract. Present bidding is at $141.38!

ADDENDUM It's been sold for $152.53!

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