Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Variation for Robert Motherwell #7

T. Renner, "Variation for Robert Motherwell #7," 2008, acrylic on paper, 4.5" x 4.5".

Note: I received this excellent -- except that it turned out to be spam (since deleted) -- comment in Russian (translated by Babelfish):

"Intimas of acquaintance without sms and any nonsense… find and you to itself partner. Is the [partrerskaya] program [of] And small anecdote for the reflection. Purchased peasant to himself into the chicken coop of new rooster. That generally some concerned was, on tens of hens during the day of [ebal]. Yes even not only hens, but generally entire bird, which it will see. And here once goes peasant in the chicken coop, and there rooster is dragged along dead in the puddle of mud, and they were gathered around the crow. Peasant tells the rooster: - That zh you so, Pete, yourself did not keep? That opens slightly one eye and hisses: - Bough, you [spugnesh] crows, you to [vyebu]."

Originally posted December 15, 2009.

1 comment:

Jeff Oxley said...

Hehe Tony.. That is a great comment and a very mysterious poem.. It reminds me a little of some random sentence collages I made but better!

Your Motherwell #7 is outstanding.