I can't believe it is April!
Things I have witnessed, discovered along the way... all on my Tumblr, which i use as a bookmark in essence, and as a platform to go out and listen to this "cry" of what seems an endless, infinite expression of human intelligence, creativity, voice, and hunger. Personal and Political. Not sure what it all means, but my mind keeps trying to "name" what it is--overwhelming, deep, magical, profound, crass--all those images and re-bloggings of words, photos, thoughts, etc.
Dayna Thacker, found through The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center
Dayna Thacker, Structures
from Dayna Thacker's blog, her Instillation page, collage page structures, pivots, selfless.
Kenneth Baskin, Ceramic Sculptures
Anatomy of the Machine, “Propulsion” 2007Soda Fired Stoneware and Steel
Kenneth Baskin, “Companions” Mid Fire Stoneware
H 15” x W 27” x D 9”
Kenneth Baskins, 20th Century Artifact Series "Anchor"
Stoneware, H 13” x W 47” x D 12”
I love his work, see large gallery of images at Kenneth's website.
Varujan Boghosian, Pluto
Varujan Boghosian, Racing with the Moon, 2009, mixed media, 7 3/4 x 15 1/2”
Provincetown Arts Magazine did a cover feature on V. Boghosian The Artist as Orpheus.
He was friends with the poet Stanley Kunitz, so... :)
Many more collage images Verujan Boghosian gallery of other works.
Provincetown Arts Magazine also did an interview with Mary Oliver and more.
........David Knox, Photographer
David Knox, Pheasant.
David's web page is rich with images from the Old South, USA, which is disappearing. I love his Alabama series.
As for me, we have had quite a burst of early Spring here.
At times I have been trying to write, at times I have been "warming" some Northern friends
who in turn, have also been warming me.
We have a new fox family that lives and lurks out on the rocks by the river, lovely creatures. They drive the dog howling wild. Which makes me a bit crazy, in turn.
"If we remain non-violent, hatred will die as everything does, from disuse." -Ghandi
Peace and light and Blessings sweep through your house as the warm wind sweeps through mine today.