Tuesday, September 9, 2008

A Modern Art Lesson From"Mooma"

The artistic styles of Piet Mondrian and Marcel Duchamp can be seen in this creation for Cow Parade (New York City, 2001). Her name is "Mooma," after the Museum of Modern Art, or as
it is commonly known, MoMA.

When it comes to modern art, this is as close as I care to get. As a matter of fact, this vintage dress is getting a little closer to me than it needs to. I can zip it, but I won't be wearing it out anywhere until I work off a few more inches at Curves.

Be sure to go visit Curly this morning for a cup of coffee!


Anonymous said...

Oh my...I love that cow and its colours. I will have to check her out.

Thats a lovely, curvaceous dress. It has wonderful colours and design!

Going to curves and the gym is good for everyone! Helps us fit into our clothes and helps us stay fit inside too. Good for you.

Have a lovely day.

Anonymous said...

Hi there
Its me again. I've been looking at your blog and all the cows you have. I haven't come across more information on them? They are your collection of cows? Where do you find these lovely cows?...how many do you have?

A cowfilled question....

Sandy said...

What a lovely dress! It is perfect for you. Looks very nice. Keep up the good work at Curves.

Thanks for sending people for a "cup of coffee"! However do you put just "Curly" in the blog instead of the whole http link? I've been trying to figure that out for the longest time!

Anonymous said...

I love your mod art dress! How fabulous to look like Mooma! LOL Mooma is one of my favorite cows. :-) There is nothing like great art on a cow, is there? LOL