September 29, 2015
Dali, Dali drawing, drawing, female nude, Garcia Lorca, nude art, nude drawing, nude sketch, pencil drawing, poems, Salvador Dali
La lune a fait passer
son bras par ma croisee.
C’est un grand bras de bronze
plein de bracelets d’onde.
Sur le bleu d’un cristal
joue au fleuve mon ame.
Et les instants blesses
par l’heure…s’ecoulaient. Federico Garcia Lorca
September 24, 2015
artwork, carving, fragile art, fragility, poem, sculpture, wilfried senoner, wood art, wood sculpture, woodart, woodcarving
Never, never like today,
have I felt so tiny,
so small in nature,
among sand and little stones
by the river.
Small, low, weak
helpless human being
minuscule pile of bones and flesh.
form with four limbs
alone in the sand
divided in two parts.
September 19, 2015
art, crucifix, Jesus, Jesus Christ, painting, religious art, watercolor, watercolor art, watercolor crucifix
Two slightly different interpretations of a crucifix project. Which one do you prefer?
September 8, 2015
Lise Stoufflet Draws Connections In and Out of Her #Paintings! #followart http://ow.ly/RQ9GX
September 3, 2015
Dali, Dali art, Dali nude, Dali quote, fine art, money quote, nude art, nude painting, painting, quotes, Salvador Dali
“Liking money like I like it,
is nothing less than mysticism.
Money is a glory.” Salvador Dali
August 28, 2015
art, artwork, Baker, joys of Summer, landscape art, landscape painting, painting, quotes, summer, Summer days, Summer quotes
Are you enjoying this last Summer days? It has been a gorgeous one with plenty of sun, almost too much. What better way to remember it than a little pocket landscape painting!
“Ahh, Summer what power you have, to make us suffer and like it.” Russell Baker
August 23, 2015
Canada, Canadian lakes, colors of the North, Jasper, lake colors, lake poems, lakes, Lubbock quotes, Rockies, Rocky mountain
Amazed by the beauty of the numerous lake on the way to Jasper, Canada. All with a different color and a different smell, able to generate emotions that usually remain hidden inside myself.
“Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and rivers,
the mountain and the sea, are excellent schoolmasters,
and teach some of us more than we can ever learn from books.”