Friday, 25 July 2008
Another Image by Andrew
Andrew asked me to place his latest work onto the blog. As you can see it is a fascinating play on Philip K Dick - Anarch Peak - Anthony Peake. As with the rest of Andrews work I am both impressed and flattered that he has spent time doing this. Maybe this is the start of a new form of art - Itladian Portraiture!
Posted by Anthony Peake at 12:15
Labels: Anarch Peak, Philip K Dick
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Andrew: ABSOLUTELY MAGNIFICENT!
Andrew: Beautiful Work
I am glad you liked Andrew's latest, Tony. He does seem to have a feel for your face; he has absolutely transformed you in the early photo, so that you seem far more at one with the face you have now. It is beautiful to see. It is most kind of you to understand his need to portray you and Karl in the way he does. thank you
I am rushing to school now but I thankyou for posting and for understanding.Tony, Your face is very handsome and you look in a trance in the upper right and your expressions are always intense.i think You and Professor leMarcs look daemon like and are both handsome men and I loved working on your faces,both of you are great men. Phillip Dick must be joyed that his Anarch Peak showed up in the new millenium. And thank you Johar and Professor L.very very much.
You are VERY welcome my friend, your art is FABULOUS and a personal thank you from me for the wonderful ones you've done of me (and of me and Tony), just superb Andrew.
*stands and applauds*
Susan: You have a gifted son! he percieves images in such a beautiful sequence. i love the use of colour, and the images atonce look so intense and compassionate.
wow!yes i agree both Tony and Karl have this deep understanding,seriousness and thoughtfulness about them which i envy!
Roshni: Bless you, Rosh.
Thank you, also, Roshni; You are sweet and sensitive, and my son will be happy to see your words. Yes, Tony and Karl have beautifully intense faces; they look like what we would all have looked like if we had been our truest selves, that is how it strikes me! and made for such projects as Andrew has done. Thank you, again!
Excellent work, Andrew. You capture the other-worldly quality of Tony and Philip K Dick perfectly. It would make a perfect covr for a book!
DI: What a nice remark! Andrew is out honoring his father's Birthday, but he will be so pleased to see it. I myself have had that book-cover thought: in one, he fused Tony and Karl's faces, and had the Provincetown, Cape Cod night sky-line in a series, and the effect was transcendent, unearthly. He sees them as they are in their daemons, and they are both beautiful: their faces are not only handsome, but sublime, almost surreal, and reveal what they live for. Thank you so much, Di!
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