Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Art and Beauty Tuesday--K. Madison Moore

This exquisite piano is a detail of Monet's Tranquility by K. Madison Moore (see painting below). Part of the Art within Art series, you see Monet's Japanese Footbridge painting behind the piano, which, as Moore says, is "painted just for Monet".

The normally staid couches are colored bright purple and green, with a celebratory bottle of wine awaiting on  the table.  The walls are decorated with paintings of flowers (and perhaps a pond in the upper left corner of the painting.)

The piano itself is indescribably luscious and speaks of the joy that music, art and nature can bring.


The entire room is a colorful celebration of Monet and of art.

6 comments:

TACParent said...

It's Fall outside and Spring inside. Notice? Beautiful picture.

Dymphna said...

Isn't this the most gorgeous picture you've ever seen?!?! I *want* this room! Remind me of this room when I need to "go to my happy place"!

evanscove said...

It looks like a piano that Liberaci would have loved to play on!

Thanks for the art lesson. :-)

Evan

Barbara said...

I just love Monet's work and this painting is extra special. I want the room and the outdoors for myself!

Dymphna said...

So true, Evan!

I would love this room too, Barbara!

k. Madison Moore said...

Thanks so much for the lovely post you did on my painting. Please enclose my link: http://www.kmadisonmooreportfolio.com

Thanks for all the great comments everyone :)

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