I had to put a link to this Daily Mail article on the blog, since we all care about birds, as well as art, and beauty, and endangered landscapes. Pigeons can apparently appreciate art, and they can even tell the difference between pastels and watercolours. Professor Shigeru Watanabe is quoted as saying "pigeons are able to acquire the ability to judge beauty similar to that of humans."
At least critics like Brian Sewell are not likely to be struck down by turbine blades when admiring a landscape.
Friday, July 3, 2009
Art critics in danger from wind turbines?
Posted by Artists Against Wind Farms at 7:46 PM
Labels: art, birds, wind turbines
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