8 comments

  1. Poet With a Day Job · September 5, 2007

    I love this painting. I bought a tiny canvass and was trying to decide what to paint on it. Horse’s head? Hat? Which? Door? mmmm red door…

  2. Leroy Wachsenburger · September 18, 2008

    I think this painting is very inspiring. i paint with socks too and it’s amazing for the tool to become the artwork. well done. bravo.

  3. sheri · September 18, 2008

    leroy, well, he didn’t actually paint *with* tube socks. but with brushes. but nonetheless, i love it. :)

  4. Leroy Wachsenburger · September 18, 2008

    fabulous. thanks for clarifying that sheri. hopefully one day i will have my work posted up. that i paint with socks. all the best.

  5. Leroy Wachsenburger · September 18, 2008

    sheri, why is it called “tube sock painting” if he didn’t paint with tube socks. it should be called “tube socks”.

  6. Leroy Wachsenburger · September 18, 2008

    i think this whole thing smacks of something nasty.

  7. Karen Gottenfarb · September 19, 2008

    I was actually searching the internet for paintings by sock. I am not only interested in the end result but also the sock painting process itself, the shapes and movements are intoxicating. Leroy, where are you based, i would love to see your work?

  8. Vincent Van Pogg · September 19, 2008

    This is fascinating. Karen have you seen the painting by sock puppet on the sky arts channel?

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