Western Americana I had a horse when I was three years old. It was pure white with a thick molded mane and flowing tail. The reins were red and the saddle blue. I don’t remember where my young imagination took … Continue reading
For this Earth Day a bit of inspiration from artist Richard Schilling. LAND art. Land Art was a movement in the late sixties and early seventies that used the landscape and natural materials to create sculptures of soil, stones, logs, … Continue reading
Water Woes Those of you who have known me for awhile, know of my appreciation for Surrealist Art. Surrealism uses visual imagery from the subconscious mind to spur the imagination. The art is a juxtaposition of two or more distant … Continue reading
Earth Day 2014 – w/Sami Charnine Just loven the Earth on a weekend, far from the rush and rumble of highways and automobiles. Take a lawn chair, spread a blanket in the shade, pack a picnic lunch, enjoy the beautiful … Continue reading
Beauty of Bee Hives. Through the ages artists painting scenes of rural life give reference to the association of humans and honey bees. Apiaries and domestic bee keeping can be traced back to the time of the pharaohs in Egypt … Continue reading
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Definition of Abstract Art from the Oxford Dictionary: art that does not attempt to represent external, recognizable reality but seeks to achieve its effect using shapes, forms, colors, and textures. I have been working on a photography project the past … Continue reading
I’ve lately been nourishing my roots. The last two weeks of July were wonderfully spent in the western part of the United States, traveling and hiking in Colorado and northern New Mexico where I once lived. This adventure in the … Continue reading