Guest Post: I Know Art – Paul from The Captain’s Speech

I took over Jess’ blog today to share my insightful and humorous thoughts on a few pieces of artwork! Please go read it. I’m begging you.

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In college, I majored in Art History. I’m an art nerd. I spent many sleepless nights studying Mary Ellen Mark, Caspar David Friedrich, and my art beau, Jacques-Louis David. There’s no better feeling than spending countless hours finishing my final papers at the end of every semester, downing coffee and pulling all-nighters, and then being able to see the paintings in the flesh. While I trample through the crowds at the Louvre, I’ve asked my dearest friend Paul from The Captain’s Speech to pull a Sister Wendy and share his thoughts on a few art pieces I’ve selected for him.


Bonjour and hello! I thought I would start this post off in two languages because I don’t know about you, but when art speaks to me, it doesn’t just communicate in English. Oh no, mes amis!

I’d like to thank my friend, Jess, for selecting a few pieces of artwork…

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About Paul

This is the part where I'm supposed to write something interesting about myself and you'll read it and think, "That's not that interesting." So let's not do that and just think about pizza instead, on the count of three. One, two, three. Donuts. Now, wasn't that interesting?
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11 Responses to Guest Post: I Know Art – Paul from The Captain’s Speech

  1. heymeghan91 says:

    I’m not going to just because you said so……

    Like

  2. Ariel Lynn says:

    You planted a camera in my room, didn’t you?? When you suggested, for the piece “soot on a dirty car’s rear window,” that we all tilt our heads to the left, I was doing just that. O.o

    I’m sorry for other things you’ve witnessed while spying on me. Demons possessed me when I was singing into a hairbrush while listening to “Barbie Girl.” That’s my story & I’m sticking to it.

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  3. Barb Knowles says:

    I was eating cereal, Tim walked in the room, I read the first sentence and spit the cereal back in the bowl, laughing. And from Tim? *sigh* So I shushed myself, kept reading, shoulders shaking, and then ran out of the room. This is priceless!

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