Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Artist at work

Sometimes in a museum you can even see art being created. I often see people sketching the works in a museum but I've never seen a sketching as good as this one. This man seemed to be very talented! I wish I could have gotten a better photo of his work, but I didn't want to disturb him. He was doing this drawing in the Metropolitan Museum and lots of people were stopping to watch him work. Maybe some day we'll be seeing his works hanging on the walls there!

8 comments:

Olivier said...

un classique qui ne se démode pas : le photographe, le peintre et son modèle. Ce qui est bien c'est qu'a NYC on laisse encore prendre des photos dans les musées ce qui n'est plus trop le cas en France.
one classic which does not go out of : the photographer, the painter and his model. What is definitely it is because NYC has they again let take photographs in museums what is not any more too much case in France.

nazzareno said...

beautiful hand, and beautiful courage: to put itself to design knowing that, behind of you, there will be many judgments on your job.
Better to make photographies, is easier!

Greg C said...

From what I can see it is great. He is very tallented. Would that be art art?

Greg C said...

Oh my it just dawned on me, your picture is then art art art. Pretty cool.

Gudl said...

It's great that you are taking us different places!
Thank you for that!

Blue Wave 707 said...

Artist capturing artist capturing art ... :-D

marley said...

Wow! Art in the making. It looks a good sketch :)

Ming the Merciless said...

I tried to take some photos of people drawing.

One lady gave me a dirty look implying, "No, you are not going take a photo of me." :-)