Tag Archive: appropriation art

Everything is better with mice: #19

Are nightmares better with mice? Seems like at least “The Nightmare” by Henry Fuseli (1781) is. This piece was commissioned by my dear friend, wonderful poet and fellow deathling Annah. I have always… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #18

When a jam-making person runs out of sugar AND jars, it is a dark time indeed. Hence, the inspiration for the Goya below. Serendipitously commissioned by my friend and great tango-DJ Mike, who… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #17

Another Picasso (“The Old Guitarist” 1903), commissioned by my friend and fellow writer Chris Bryson. He is the kind of person whose midlife crisis purchase will be a quarter million dollar Gibson —… Continue reading

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Psst, people! I am giving away my mice art, because if I have one more mice thing in my house, I will officially be a crazy mouse lady. The idea is that each… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #16

Yet another reproduction of an iconic Matisse painting. Or is it? Mixed media: pencil, watercolors on paper which surprisingly did better this time. This is the first time I managed to do the… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #15

For today’s installment of mice art, I micefied a painting of Marc Chagall “I and Village” (1911). I am giving it to my friend Sacha whose birthday it is today (yay!). She is an… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #14

Nighthawks? How about “Nightmice”? Mixed media: pen, pencil, watercolor, acrylic on paper which claims to be good for watercolors but isn’t. Micefying this iconic American painting of all things reminded me about the… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #13

Can “Ulysses” be made better with mice? Forgive me my arrogance, but I believe so. Here, in the anticipation of Bloomsday, the iconic book cover with some illustrations (I put the close ups… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #12

I am quite convinced that Degas is better with mice; it is just that somebody’s painting abilities are not developed enough for Impressionism. Degas’s painting is called “L’Absinthe” (sometimes “Dans un café” —… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #11

Is Picasso better with mice? You decide. I loved Picasso before I could understand his paintings (partly thanks to “The Adventures of Picasso”, Swedish comedy film (loosely) based on Picasso’s life. It is… Continue reading