Category Archives: Art

Be Kind to Little Animals

As happens so many times, the artist has been lost in a series of reposts.  If anyone knows, let me know in the comments so I can give credit.

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Change

The artist, Debbie Tung, is on the web in many places, including HERE.

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Hug

I love the simplicity of the drawing.  It shows that an artist doesn’t really need a fortune in supplies, a couple of crayons and a good idea are enough. The artist’s name has been lost in a series of reposts, if anyone knows please let me know so I can give credit.

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Autumn Sunflowers

I can’t find an artist’s credit for this one.  If anyone knows, please pass it along in the comments.

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Be Not Fearful

Growing older helps.  I don’t pursue happiness and flee from unhappiness quite as frantically as I did when I was younger.  I’m more in tune with the ebb and flow of life. Most of the time. Draw & Wings is on the web HERE.

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Weird Stuff

“People need art in their houses. They don’t need Bed Bath and Beyond dentist-office art. They need weird stuff.” ~Ezra Croft

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For Now

I can’t find found an artist’s credit.  It might be is this person, with the unfortunate handle:  LINK

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Quarantine

The artist, Marianna Raskin, is on the web HERE.

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Small Grey Pigeon

The artist doesn’t share her name, and uses the online handle “Ink.”  You can find her on the web HERE.

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Tired

The artist, Kelly Vivanco, is on the web HERE.

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Data Cube

There is something about this I find very appealing. There are 216 dice in this project, 136 of which are visible.  The dice in the middle and on the bottom might be placed haphazardly and we’d never know, but I can’t imagine the artist would cut corners like that.  

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Flammarian

I’ve seen this image many times on the web over the years, usually colorized, but never with an artist’s credit. I did a little sleuthing, and although the artist’s name is lost there is a little information about its origins.  We know it first appeared in1888 in the book L’atmosphère: météorologie populaire, by astronomer Camille …

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