Art and the philosophy of life

Archive for April, 2019

This WONDERFUL 1 hour and a few minute video is excellent. It’s about art from those with disabilities and how their art has made it into mainstream. If you can, watch it. It’s from blogger wolkenbeobachterin and I’m very grateful that she sent it to me.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omqwxClsXKc

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Attack of the 50 Foot Socialite … Berlin Street Art — Equinoxio

Originally posted on notesfromcamelidcountry: A couple of years ago, Conde Nast Traveller called Berlin, “The world’s best street art spot”, and it’s difficult to argue with that assessment. A myriad of artists from all over the world have been creating a kaleidoscope of street art across Berlin for decades, ranging in size and scale from…

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Attack of the 50 Foot Socialite … Berlin Street Art — Equinoxio

Originally posted on notesfromcamelidcountry: A couple of years ago, Conde Nast Traveller called Berlin, “The world’s best street art spot”, and it’s difficult to argue with that assessment. A myriad of artists from all over the world have been creating a kaleidoscope of street art across Berlin for decades, ranging in size and scale from…

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Flower…Chicago Botanic Garden

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Magnetic poetry…

What if…

What if…this is a true representation of life. What if…each of our lives is just a ribbon of color running next to each other, like the lines of the storm on Saturn.  What if that’s all we are?  What if life is just each of us barely touching, staying in our own lane?  What if we change directions?  Things might be exactly like that with bleed throughs, now and then to shake things up.

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Just a little something…

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Quote of the Day — Yahooey’s Blog

“Spend the afternoon. You can’t take it with you.” — Annie Dillard, Pilgrim at Tinker Creek

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Once again, this is Emily. Her house is in the second picture. It’s off the ground and covered by three heavy-duty gigantic tarps. There are cushions around her house, so her paws don’t get cold from the cement. There are two chairs holding up the tarps so she has room to play and walk around. In the winter she has electric beds. She loves her nest and has room service in bad weather.

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These unusual flowers are called FLAMINGO flowers. How cool is that! Chicago Botanic Garden

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