London Dada work 561; Starling Sunset – Homage to Jackson Pollock

starling sunrise

Starling Sunrise
Starling Sunset I & 2 ( Dada Homage to Jackson Pollock )
c. Michael St.Mark 2011

 

Common (Sturnus vulgaris) Starling droppings ( from c 20 – 40ft  within an adjacent Plane tree ) onto three pre-cast concrete flagstones and a single digital overlay enhancement edition;  London Bridge.

* Signed editions of this Work available for purchase here

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Autumn Rythm, by Jackson Pollock ( 1953)

Paul Jackson Pollock (January 28, 1912 – August 11, 1956), known as Jackson Pollock, was an influential American painter and a major figure in the abstract expressionist movement. During his lifetime, Pollock enjoyed considerable fame and notoriety. He was regarded as a mostly reclusive artist. He had a volatile personality, and struggled with alcoholism for most of his life…
( full Wiki’ JP biography link here)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackson_Pollock

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Related work; Dada tribute to Cy Twombly, work 532; Night Trip

7 thoughts on “London Dada work 561; Starling Sunset – Homage to Jackson Pollock

  1. Pingback: Work No. 932; Seagull Sunset, homage to JP II | LONDON DADA

  2. Pingback: Work 532; Night Trip – Dada Tribute to Cy Twombly | LONDON DADA blog

  3. Very unfair isn’t it, a case of who you know or ‘if your face fits’ i suppose, actual talent doesn’t always seem to come into it.

    You really must open that gallery some day, it would be great to see all your Dada work together in one place where it can be really appreciated by likeminded people—-who needs those ‘stuffed shirts’ at the Tate modern with their narrow minded outlook on art 😀

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  4. Who would have thought that bird s**t could make such an interesting triptych, it just shows that something can be made out of even the most unpleasant part of birds or animals! I guess when thinking about Dada nothing should be overlooked or dismissed, as even the most mundane of subjects can become the most fascinating and beautiful when the mind is opened properly to it.

    It’s almost like looking at a view through the Hubble telescope! 😀

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    • Surely Mrs B. – if a certain Mr Skull had done this & called it… oh I don’t know.. , “Hubble trouble”, say; those tiresome up-themseves cushy jobs for life Oxbridge toffs @ Tate etc would be queing up to fake orgasms of pseudo intellectual rapture over it.
      ” Just say how big a space you need for your marvellous triptych and we’ll jump, Mr H” :))

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