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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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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