|Film still from “Pollock”|
Harris, Harden and the rest of the cast bring Pollock’s story to life. We watch the phases of Pollock’s alcoholism, his search for his unique style (drip painting), his struggle to become known in the art world, and his relationships (e.g. with Lee Krasner and Peggy Guggenheim).
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Thank you for the nod to Jackson Pollock.
He has definitely inspired my work.
I thought Ed Harris was brilliant in the film, didn't you?
Keep in touch. I would love to see more of your paintings. I'm working very slowly at some new work myself.
Thanks for including my Pollock inspired paintings! You can see more of my artwork at:
Thank you so much for including my cuff in the feature. I love the blog!
Great review, and great idea including Pollack-inspired finds! Thanks for including my tote bags!
Wonderful blog piece about the turbulent Mr. pollock- thank you for allowing me to be a part!
thanks so much for including my drip cookies 🙂 Fun fact: I am currently employed by the authors of the biography that the movie Pollock was based on!
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It's a little empty right now, but I take special orders, and I post new things when I have time to make them <3