Art in the time of lockdown #5

“The Queue”

Process
  • for both images I used photographs I had taken over the past ten years, then worked on them in Adobe Photoshop Elements
  • the speech bubbles are from the standard Shapes Tools

Inspiration:

Fountain, Marcel Duchamp,
original ‘ready-made’ was dated 1917

This particular artwork proved to have such an intriguing back-story that I’ll be posting more about it over the next few days. Researching it has already taken days. All fascinating.

image sourced from an article in The Telegraph 4 April 2020

If you have enjoyed my ‘fun take’ on this artwork please like, share, and comment. If you have a different slant on a well-known piece, please share that too.
Thank you for reading.

Stay well. Stay safe. Stay apart.

Published by Marilyn

Diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder after fifty years in the mental health system I decided to share my experiences and consider the impact my health has had on my well-being. Being creative is the mainstay of my life and it's how I express my deepest emotions. Photography, writing, and design challenge me and help keep me rooted in the present.

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