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Chinese Opera Veil

Kitsilano Beach to the Chinese Opera

I met a beautiful women from Beijing, at Kitsilano Beach. On an impulse I invited her to the Chinese Opera and to my delight she said yes. It wasn’t completely planned or by accident, the tickets had been given to me by friends, one of whom was singing in the cast of performers. To protect […]

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Lion of Judah on a Rasta Van

Lion of Judah

Lion of Judah on a Rasta Van Once upon a time, I was in Haight-Ashbury of San Francisco and bought a huge fabric mural wall hanging of Bob Marley with a smile, which adorns an entrance wall in my home. It completely covers the wall with Rasta colors, and has a Lion of Judah in […]

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South Beach Palms by Robbi Robbins

Peace in Chaos and The Star-Spangled Banner

Peace in Chaos Peace in Chaos completely captured my attention, from the first second I saw this image I was drawn to it. I have a thing for roses lately but also I think the name fits the collage and represents the feeling I get from meditation and bike riding along the Pacific, after a […]

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One More Lost Soul

Art for Virtue and Beauty

The Coit Tower murals were carried out under the auspices of the Public Works of Art Project, the first of the New Deal federal employment programs for artists. Ralph Stackpole and Bernard Zakheim successfully sought the commission in 1933, and supervised the muralists, who were mainly faculty and student of the California School of Fine […]

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the Whales and the Hopi corn connecting with the Blue Star

Blue Kachina Rising over Red Earth

Kachina Painter by Robert Lindneux Amazing myself that Blue Star Kachina hadn’t been entered into this Blog, as you know the main purpose of my posts is to begin topics for further research and/or to keep references, videos and links for later (to myself). My hope is to return to pages and improve, update and […]

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snowy owl watches crop circles

Truth About Crop Circles

Do we categorize crop circles under Art, Design, Projects or Mind? Maybe it involves all? How do you begin to explain these magnificent land tattoos? Naughty Beaver and other people can read these things like breakfast cartoons, so perhaps we should listen to what they are saying about them, besides who does not want to […]

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Portrait of Michelangelo by Daniele da Volterra

Michelangelo and Architecture

Creation of the Sun and Moon by Michelangelo, face detail of God. Michelangelo is the GOAT of art, sculpture and Architecture. His life and career spanned almost 100 years of creative genius on the next level. He was 74 years old when he began the Saint Peter Basilica, to claim his place as an unsurpassed […]

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Bamboo Design

Bamboo Design Art and Architecture

Bamboo, by Xu Wei, Ming Dynasty. Bamboo has been used in China, India and throughout the tropics around the globe for centuries. As a construction material once you understand it’s superior qualities and it’s suitability for certain jobs, why use anything else? Maybe it’s because we don’t have bamboo growing naturally in Europe and North […]

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Luo Brothers - Welcome to world's famous brands

Luo Brothers – Welcome to the world’s famous brands

Luo Brothers – Welcome to the world’s famous brands While waiting to meet a colleague in Hong Kong, I was served an espresso, chocolate wafer and sparkling water in small conference room of UBS, on the wall was an original Luo Brothers piece from the collection called “Welcome to the world’s famous brands. The Swiss […]

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Quantum Jumping to Enlightenment

Quantum Jumping to Enlightenment

Colour adaptation of the original by Camille Flammarion (1842-1925).- L’atmosphère : météorologie populaire, Hachette, Paris, 1888 Today the magic of the Internet fed me some new food for thought, as I stumbled on a video I had been watching a video called “Enlightenment” on Youtube so several weeks ago, and just today got back to […]

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