Tag Archives: Art

Laundry

It’s mesmerizing, isn’t it? The artist, Mark Tennant, is on the web HERE.

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Klimt

Gustav Klimt’s Golden Apple Tree, 1903 It’s amazing to me when an artist is able to craft a recognizable, signature style.  There are eight billion people on planet earth at the moment, yet I knew the artist before looking at the credit.

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Frame

A frame can be an important thing. It forces you to stop a moment and really look at what’s inside the border.

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Evening

Piet Mondrian’s Evening, 1906 I remember as a kid seeing some of Picasso’s earlier work, and in a flash realizing that abstract was a choice.  Up until then I had assumed he just wasn’t a very good artist, and was doing the best he could.  It changed the whole way I looked at art. Piet …

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In The Magic Mirror

In the Magic Mirror by Paul Klee, 1934

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Abstract

I think sometimes people are intimidated by art, but it’s okay to simply look at something. You don’t have to have a degree.

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Triggers

“Stop thinking about art works as objects, and start thinking about them as triggers for experiences.”  ~Brian Eno

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Cats

I can’t embed this, so you’ll just have to trust me that it’ll make you smile and is worth a click:  Cats by Zhaobangni It’s silly, but fun.

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Side Effects

A guy who loves to take care of others learns that he needs to take care of himself, too. Film by Eleonora Stella Hariyono Oei Music by Alia Martin via wano

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Grande Vallée

Grande Vallée by Marc-Aurèle Fortin (Canada, 1888-1970)

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What Yashoda Saw

The story is that Krishna’s mother, Yashoda, looked into His mouth and saw all of creation.  That was a pretty ambitious concept for the artist to attempt!

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Flowers

Mona‘s Uncle Rodney, eighty-three years old and suffering from Parkinson’s Disease, drew us a bouquet of flowers.

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