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September 16, 2016
ĽAdelaide

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Inspirations of the Summer Garden

Beautiful Victor Hugo Quote~ A Garden A garden to walk in and immensity to dream in–what more could he ask? A few flowers at his feet and above him the stars.” ~ Victor Hugo Crape Myrtles do nothing most of the time. But once summer is at it’s height and just beginning to slide, they […]

colored pencils

May 26, 2016
ĽAdelaide

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Stepped Away..

“Moon Woman Message” watercolor and pencil-11″x15″ Seems I’ve been gone awhile. Words no longer stream from my brain. The details are distractions. This small drawing illustrates “Every body falls apart” If you think not, you are disarmed by deceptive thinking. You will not last forever in that skin bag you might hold so dear. Next […]

Rainbow Bones watercolor

April 20, 2016
ĽAdelaide

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Being Unsure… Oops!

Ok, I goofed on publishing this. Blame it on brain fog. I’m trying to do it again and get it right this time! ~~~ She was painted a few years ago. There are many female figures in the final painting; small children, those who sleep, dancing sirens, shredded flesh, living waters. And vivid color.

camille claudel bust of rodin 1888-89

February 17, 2016
ĽAdelaide

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Auguste Rodin, Sculptor at Work(Video)

The father of modern sculpture, Auguste Rodin (French, 1840-1917),  is seen working in his studio in Paris, 1915. The artist’s process  is shown close-up as he sculpts a piece in marble. Where did I learn to understand sculpture? In the woods by looking at the trees, along roads by observing the formation of clouds, in the […]