I’ve heard of stranger things!
When she starts a line of gelatin hats, watch out!
Jello art, if you don’t like it , you can just eat it.
If her art isn’t in good taste, at least it can taste good.
Weebles wobble but they dont fall down! …wasnt that a chumba-wamba song?!? [smirk] My golf game is much like jello…
I wonder what it would be like to jump into a swimming pool full of Jello? Im curious, how is your golf game like Jello, lol?
Its very shaky at best! [wink]
Every revolution starts with a deliciously simple idea.
Weebles used to use that concept too.
I guess there’s really no wrong way to wobble.
yeah… I can’t understand this art ¬¬
Beatrice is genius!
She’s a mad genius. I don’t understand her art either!
I can see this taking off. I might have to try it myself. I’m thinking “Jello With a Cheeseburger In It”.
That sounds like the perfect thing to assassinate your taste buds!
I’m getting kind of hungry….
Great stuff, Mark!
Thanks, Brian. Beats a shark in formaldehyde.
If only I could have come up with that while I was in art school…
When I was in high school my friends and I decided we wanted to make the world’s biggest popcorn ball. After it got to the size of a small wastebasket, we gave up. Hard to work with a humonguous ball of sticky goo!
I don’t know… that movement sounds a little shaky!
Haha, good one, Jerry!
Edible Art! Well mostly.
She should have mixed some fruit into the gelatin!
That would have to be a custom piece. She could charge three times as much.
Art with an expiration date should be more valuable!
My putts on the golf course wobble like that!
I can completely emphasize, Warren!
I think I like Wobbleism. Most art critics consider the artistic movement similar to Cubism, but their philosophy is shakier.
If Damien Hirst can make millions with animals in formaldehyde, I don’t see why Wobbleism can’t catch on!
That’s funny. It reminds me of crazy art pieces. When I was in high school, I attempted to draw and color a photo mosaic portrait of my face. I wish I had thought of wobbleism instead…
All I can say is that it’s very seldom EVER anything like what I visualize in my mind’s eye. Still there’s fun and learning in the process, so it’s always worth doing. Don’t you agree?
I enjoy the process as well. Even now when I’m more comfortable with my style, I still learn something new. The journey is the rewarding aspect.
Amen, David! If I couldn’t shake things up every now and then I’d get stagnate. I have to keep trying different things just to keep it interesting. There’s always something to learn.
Wombieism is pretty good, too.
It may take a while for the art world to realize it’s stunning potential, though.
Been a while since I had a bowl of Wobblism! Good job on that cubistic – wobballistic sculpture. <3
The art world better take notice of this art revolutionary named Beatrice Stroud! I’m glad you liked the sculpture, Jande, the wobbling part of it was fun to draw!
It would be better wobbleism if she had embedded Mexican Jumping Beans in gelatin.
That is an exceptional idea, McBob! I might have to find a way to incorporate something like that if she continues her career as a Wobbleist, lol. Thanks for stopping by and commenting, I really appreciate it!
That….is actually an awesome idea. There’s always room for J-E-L-L-O.
Jelloism has a nice ring to it, too!
Lots of movement in that art movement!
Maybe one day it will wiggle its way into MOMA.
I love the face he makes in the end lol! Her thinking is always ‘Out The Box’
This time its out of the box of Jello! lol Thanks for the nice comments!
That sounds like something that would be interesting to see in real life. I guess I’m just an art weirdo.
Actually, you’re not a weirdo at all, George. I’m glad you find it interesting, because I’ve noticed that the people who accept and appreciate all forms of art seem to dig it.
Wow, that is the most controversial piece of art I have ever seen!
Wait, not controversial. That other thing… DELICIOUS.
Delicious will beat out controversial for me any day!
I think my growing belly is becoming part of this movement.
Maybe there are more Wobbleists around than I imagined!
It sure seems that way to me.
Bravo! art is definitely about innovation!
I’m sure she thinks it’s genius, but only time will tell…
I do appreciate a good wobbleisom
You are a fine art connoisseur, Hjortur!
I love gelatin. Now I’m thinking of Bill Cosby.
Oh, now I’M thinking of Bill Cosby!
This opens the way to all sorts of wobbleism creations. I wonder how jello in jello would look
Jello in Jello? Haha, brilliant! That’s Wobbleism on a whole new level!
Now that’s art!
Art with a wiggle.
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