Josef Albers, Homage to the Square: “Ascending”, 1953. Oil on composition board, 43 1/2 × 43 1/2 in. (110.5 × 110.5 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase 54.34
Ok so I picked this image because it reminded me of a sunny side egg. I don't really like eggs, egg whites to be specific...
I gagged on an egg white when I was like, 4 or something and It put a, ahem! Bad taste in my mouth. Possibly because I was forced
to eat said egg
and as egg whites go... they taste NASTY, not to mention the smell. I think I remember something about using egg whites in painting
but the whole
gagging thing...I may never possibly get over.
However, there is hope folks, egg yokes rock
Stella Summed something up, what you see is what you get,
and I see eggs on a plate all day long.
when I see eggs, I think bacon and
being born & bread (see how I did that?) in Beaufort Ssssss Cccccc (by the sea), seared bacon smoked sounds sweet all day long.
(thats alliteration y'all)
Two thumbs up to the painter that probably inspired more than breakfast but a whole fashion blood clot for a entire generation of ugly shirts.