Archive for May, 2011

Hydrangea in Rain

Original Ide Gakusui

Japanese Woodblock Print

Hydrangea in Rain

via yama-bato


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Remembering Gil Scott Heron

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Children of Afghanistan

This photo was taken  a mile away from the Tajikistan border by a family member.  It is a very beautiful area of Afghanistan that has been visited by only a  handful of  Americans.   These children are very beautiful, and I wanted to share this.  It was taken about 1 day ago.  There is so much beauty in the world that gets overlooked.

Photo:  May 22, 2011

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Afghan Child


Northern Afghanistan

May 22, 2011

Photo:  Taken  by a family member

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Flower for Tacoma

Andy Warhol
Flower For Tacoma Dome
Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board.
C. 1982
38.75″ x 40″

Based on a hybrid flower by Andy Warhol. Created for a proposal for the exterior or the interior of the Tacoma Dome, a sports and convention center in Tacoma, Washington. Steve Antonakos was awarded the commision sponsored by the Civic Arts Commission.
Printer: Rupert Jasen Smith, New York

I tried doing them by hand, but I find it easier to use a screen.  This way I don’t have to work on my objects at all.  One of my assistants, or anyone else for that matter, can reproduce the design as well as I could.  – Andy Warhol

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Knowing

Physicist Richard Feynman     Uncredited and Undated Photograph

Some people say, ‘How can you live without knowing?’ I do not know what they mean. I always live without knowing. That is easy. How you get to know is what I want to know. Richard Feynman, “The Meaning of It All,” posthumously published, 1999

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Laura Newman – Painting

Laura Newman – Paintings

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