My painting ‘Beach Play” was exhibited at the Glen Arbor Art Association in Michigan.
Viewed at that place, it evoked the following range of comments:
“looks like a cartoon”
“it reminds me of Dali’s floppy watches”.
Salvatore Dali’s painting (9.5 in × 13 in) of floppy watches entitled ‘Persistence of Memory’ can be viewed at the Museum of Modern Art, NYC.
Thinking about a possible relationship, I can modestly say that many of Dalí’s paintings were inspired by his Catalonia landscapes, similarly, many of my paintings are inspired where I spent much of my year – the Sleeping Bear Dune, a National Seashore on Lake Michigan. My oil painting is small too, just 12 x 12 inches on a wooden panel.
Viewing my painting here, which of the comment above, if any, do you relate to?