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Okay, so…here’s the thing…this is a jumble of sometimes different issues all rolled into one, so good luck. It’s Diego Rivera’s fault. Really…it is.

A wonderful blogger posted a great piece on Diego Rivera.  His posts are always excellent, well researched, and pretty much spot on. His post made me stop and think.  Not only about Diego but about Hemingway, and a host of … Continue reading

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Berlin street artists…Way to go.

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This is such an IMPORTANT TED Talk, on so many levels, about so many issues. A call to artists. A wonderful poet and speaker…7 minutes 50 seconds long.

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One way to look at it…I think it’s the job of an artist to remind people that the world IS beautiful and that we make it ugly by the things we do

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Art is always political…it can change everything…artists are the voice that needs to be heard


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Ah, so true for so many…Please ignore the fact that we are writing stories in our minds, or drawing pictures in our heads, while you are talking to us…that’s just how it works…the real world almost always comes in second

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Art is so much more important than many people know…It’s the voice that topples governments, it’s the voice that speaks the truth, it’s the voice that speaks for people and ideas, it’s the voice that points out what is wrong and what is right. Artists are held down, kept back, underpaid, forced to struggle because governments and those in power fear them and imprison them and label them and kill them. That’s how powerful art is. Never underestimate the power of art. Buy it, support it and know that the creative spirit is the window to freedom.

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