Inspired by a work of his namesake at the Tate Modern in London which seemed to speak directly to him, Miro tried some work in collage today.
He believes his work to be a success. And the paper, which had wrapped a bag of Murchie's tea, was tasty.
Editor's note: I may have dogs too much on the brain, but I could form only one conclusion when I saw this particular installation at the same museum. Called "Trap" by Pino Pascali, it's made of braided steel wool and is meant to represent the ropes used to hunt and trap animals. I thought it represented a very different kind of statement made by animals. I do like humor in art.