Tag Archives: Painting

Weekly Photo Challenge: WORK OF ART

So which is the work of art? The painting or the flowers? Both of them, of course! Advertisements

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Weekly Photo Challenge: FLEETING (2)

Now you see them — And now you don’t — A fleeting visit, then —Although most visitors generally spend a great deal more time at the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford, PA. It is, after all, the converted mill that … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: GROWTH (2)

Here we have the growth of a painting, in two photos (but it took a lot longer than two quick photos to do the 3-D version). First: There’s an oil sketch, a table easel, a canvas, brushes, pigments. All that’s … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: DREAMING (2)

“A painting is not worth owning unless it opens the gate of dreams.” —   Brother Eric of Taizé, monk and painter This is a detail from a painting called Il Magazzino, The Storehouse. It’s by Lucy MacGillis, originally from Pittsfield … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: CREATE (2)

Children are naturally, instinctively creative. But creativity is harder to come by as an adult, at least it is for me, what with “grownup” inhibitions and fears getting in the way. But I love classical still lifes, and I will … Continue reading

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Wondering —

“you have to be careful, ask yourself questions, as for example whether you still are, and if no when it stopped, and if yes how long it will still go on, anything at all to keep you from losing the … Continue reading

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