Tag Archives: Art
Art by Meinrad Craighead, scanned from the May 2019 issue of The Catholic Worker.
I found this in The Mad Bathroom Companion © 2004 and thought it was really clever. The artist is credited on the image, but for those of you looking at the thumbnail: it’s Max Brandel. It’s a simple idea, and it’s something almost anyone can do. Making our own looks like a fun and creative …
Farmhouse with Birch Trees, 1903, Gustav Klimt I especially like the little blue wildflowers, lower right corner.
Even though graphically it’s pretty simple, it does evokes a certain feeling, doesn’t it? Artist Will Barnet seemed to have a knack for that.
Shepherdess with Herd at the Alps During Sunrise by Waldemar Fink, 1908 I love the way the brush strokes mimic the distortion of sunlight on the moisture of your eyes.
“The Little Church” by Susan MacMurdy, scanned from The Catholic Worker, December 2018