RipOffs 2011: American Gothic Finals.

I still owe you the final creations from our RipOff week. This is how the pieces looked by 3 PM on the last day, July 9.

Salvador Dali - aka Russell Work

Len Norris - aka Leo Pedersen

Amedeo Modigliani - aka Enid Baker

Frida Kahlo - aka Marion Trimble

Gustav Klimt - aka Dianne Birnie

Hildegard of Bingen - aka JoAnn Turner

Pablo Picasso - aka Terry Irvine

Alexander Calder - aka Kurt Hutterli

Erica de Ruiter - aka Barbara Levant

Katsushika Hokusai - aka Thea Haubrich

And here is the original American Gothic again, by Grant Wood:

American Gothic by Grant Wood


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4 Responses to “RipOffs 2011: American Gothic Finals.”

  1. judy Says:

    That was such a wonderful display you all did for American Gothic Thea! i loved all of the art and it is good to see the finished artwork. Yours turned out so great ! YOu did a wonderful piece of art!! Every single artist did a wonderful job and I am so pleased I was able to see them in person again this year. wonder what you all will get up to next year???
    Thanks for the photos!

  2. Thea Haubrich Says:

    Thanks so much, Judy! It was wonderful of you to come out and see us at the Quail’s Nest. You are really one of our regular fans…;-))
    And as for next year: it will be hard to top this year’s challenge!

  3. Andrea McVey, London, UK Says:

    These are really beautiful and very inspiring! I was looking at the main page for your rip-off artist group and was disappointed that they didn’t have detailed shots of all the finished work. Love to see them here!

  4. Thea Haubrich Says:

    Thanks, Andrea! As you can see, we all had tremendous fun with the project.
    Re putting all finished works on the main page that would mean displaying about 50 photos there: 5 years times 10 artists. Too much for the main page!
    I’ll try to think of another solution.

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