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Unesco World Heritage – Puez Odle

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A painting showing the stunning view of the Puez Odle group surrounding the Gardena Valley. Heavy brushstrokes to capture the fleeting moment of the always changing colors of the mountains.

Nude painting of the week!

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When you wake up in the morning and contemplate about your life and the future of the world….Have a gorgeous Monday everyone!

Nude pencil sketch

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Pencil drawing by Wilfried Senoner

Art and poem by Wilfried Senoner: Fragility

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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.

Tiny form,

form with four limbs

alone in the sand

divided in two parts.

Portrait of the day!

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The wisdom god, Woden, went out to the king of the trolls, got him in an armlock, and demanded to know of him how order might triumph over chaos. “Give me your left eye,” said the troll, “and I will tell you.” Without hesitation, Woden gave up his left eye. “Now tell me.” The troll said, “The secret is, ‘Watch with both eyes!'”

John Gardner

Nude painting of the day: sipping some wine!

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Oil painting on wood panel. It’s time for a glass of wine….

Saint Martin fresco painting!

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Fresco by Wilfried Senoner

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Martin of Tours was a soldier in the Roman army. He had a vision and one day as he came across a scarcely dressed beggar, he cut his cloak in half and gave it to the man.

“Lord, if your people still have need of my services, I will not avoid the toil. Your will be done. I have fought the good fight long enough. Yet if you bid me continue to hold the battle line in defense of your camp, I will never beg to be excused from failing strength. I will do the work you entrust to me. While you command, I will fight beneath your banner.” (St. Martin of Tours, Bishop and Confessor, Patron Saint of Soldiers)

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