07 May, 2011

Chauvet Caves - Art is Long








When I say "art is long," I mean even some prehistoric art survives till now and blows us away.  The caves of Chauvet, France as a for instance.


Surprisingly, I enjoy these drawings more than some of the other cave drawings.  Prehistoric Avant-Garde, maybe.


Chauvet Cave.
The Cave of Chauvet.

8 comments:

Celeste Bergin said...

"silence please...let us listen to our own hearts"......wow. Thanks for sharing this and I love the website too... remarkable!

Sonya Johnson said...

Oh, this was just wonderful! I had never heard of the Chauvet Caves before. The artwork was astounding, and I loved the virtual tour of the cave art and archaeology on the website.

The movie is now on our Netflix queue now :) - thanks so much for sharing these links!

SamArtDog said...

I can't think of a better use of 3D.
Thanks.

Sharon said...

Wonderful! Thank you Casey. When ever I hear the old 'painting is dead' statement, I think of the caves in France and Spain and smile that Mona Lisa smile, knowing that until all of mankind is dead, painting will not die.

Casey Klahn said...

Sharon: very well said. Keep smiling.
Celeste: It is heart stopping to encounter something really old that speaks to us.
Sonya: Netflix. Got it!
Sam: Now to find the glasses.

JafaBrit's Art said...

that looks really cool, got to go to netflix :) thanks for sharing.

Casey Klahn said...

Hi, Corrine!!!!!!!

JafaBrit's Art said...

been a while and I don't know why I wasn't already following you lol! corrected.

nice to catch up with your blog

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