Thursday, May 6, 2010

Niki de Saint Phalle

Niki de Saint Phalle

The Empress

Death

Tarot Garden

Adam and Eve

Niki's kitchen

Arbre Serpents

The High Priestess

Nana







Nana on the Back of a Dolphin

Nervous Breakdowns really ought to be called Breakopens...









5 comments:

Katherine said...

Thank you for this post. I love the work of Nicki Saint Phalle, but knew nothing of her story. As a tarot consultant, I have always wanted to visit the tarot garden, as an artist I appreciate greatly the enormity of her endeavors. I saw a white sculptural figurative piece of hers at one of the museums in Paris and not knowing it was hers it completely stopped me in her tracks.

martha miller (it's all art, isn't it?) said...

Hi Katherine!

You are welcome! I would also love to see that tarot garden! You are a tarot consultant - does that mean you read cards?


Best!
Martha

Katherine said...

Yes I do. I have been doing it forever, used to teach. I do them from a transformational/spiritual point of view. No fortune telling for me, people have a difficult enough staying present for their lives. It sneaks in every great once in a while. If you want to know more check out my other blog www.ourlivingdream.blogspot.com. Thank you again for Nicki St. Phalle

Deborah Ross said...

Thanks for some art ed, Martha. I wasn't familiar with Niki St. Phalle, so I was fascinated with her story and watched almost all the clips about her. What spectacular sculpture! And her kitchen, wow...who would ever think of that? Bring on the Windex.

Dean Grey said...

The High Priestess and especially Niki's Kitchen look AMAZING!!

Thanks for sharing her work with us, Martha!

-Dean