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June 29, 2009

"Eggs Benedict"

eggs benedict by Emily Uchytil

Take a look at this painting. 

It took me a few seconds to even notice that Jesus is holding a small frying pan with an egg in it.

The name of the piece? "Eggs Benedict." Hee hee.

"Eggs Benedict" was done by a Baltimore-based artist named Emily Uchytil (dig her site).

I first saw Emily's work hanging in the Idle Hour (201 E. Fort Ave.) a couple months ago. I sent her an e-mail asking her more about her work, but never heard back.

Either way, I really like this piece.

Great stuff, Emily.


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Posted by Sam Sessa at 1:48 PM | | Comments (8)
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If the faithful don't have a great sense of humour, it may be received with some of the outrage of the following Surrealist painting.
(Max) Ernst drew a great deal of controversy with his 1926 painting "The Virgin Chastises the infant Jesus before Three Witnesses: André Breton, Paul Éluard, and the Painter"
http://twokitties.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451c46169e20105354dbd96970c-pi

Has the website changed again?

First of all...sleeeeek new look!!!
second of all... it's a spatula
third of all Emily totally rocks. or does whatever the equivalent of rocking is for a painter

This one is a humorous painting, I like it too! I hope Jesus is the one who will cook for us for a sure it is delicious.

Shill Alert!!! Cheap Soma = Shill!!

GA, yes, the blogs page has changed, at least. Shankman -- good call. Since it's so dark, it was hard for me to tell.

I'd call it kitch...

Thank your for sharing the experience of you life. We are at the same place. We can figure out the way it should be by sharing.

UGGS BENEDICT

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