and ugly in every way, And it looks as though they're here to stay.
John Galliano looks more like a cockney Pearly King than a fashion designer in this gaudy
whistle and flute.
It could only be Venice, that perpetually gaudy
, deceptively beguiling stage for curatorial ambition and enterprise.
A large Gaudy
Welsh jug decorated with the Prestatyn pattern.
A CELEBRATION of all things gaudy
about the legendary seaside resort.
Some of the ways a Harrison sculpture might deal with its own situation: barricading the room, turning its back, dressing in gaudy
colors, having wheels, assuming a tense or shambling pose, or complicating its own real-time viewing by embodying the temporal structure of an attached photograph or video.
Instead of the gaudy
, overgrown spectacles that we usually associate with London imports--think Phantom of the Opera, with its emblematic chandelier drop, and Miss Saigon, with its hovering helicopter--it seems we're about to get an odd assortment of offbeat, maybe even perverse, musicals that are more interesting for their content than for their stunts.
Described variously as stiff, gaudy
and 'very Welsh', the eccentric piece of furniture has become something of a collector's item, nevertheless.
THE much-hyped soundtrack is very bright and gaudy
- like the movie, one would imagine.
In fact, the Heliconia genus--related to the bird-of-paradise--can get downright gaudy
But gloriously gaudy
as the show is, much of its dramatic appeal comes from its 44-member ensemble, plucked from the top ranks of international ballroom dancers.
Our bodies lay like pickets on the bed, sheets gaudy
with the Roman red or blue.
A newspaper story datelined Los Angeles tells about a resident who's been trying to sell his house by lopping $1,000 off the asking-price each day: "That's 69 cents a minute, according to his sign, an 80-foot-square monstrosity covered with gaudy