@v@

Search This Blog

28 December 2013

L'Etoile de Mer (1928,Man Ray)

No, time, thou shalt not boast that I do change



Shakespeare Sonnet-a-Day

Shakespeare Sonnet-a-Day



Sonnet #123

Posted:

CXXIII.

No, Time, thou shalt not boast that I do change:
Thy pyramids built up with newer might
To me are nothing novel, nothing strange;
They are but dressings of a former sight.
Our dates are brief, and therefore we admire
What thou dost foist upon us that is old,
And rather make them born to our desire
Than think that we before have heard them told.
Thy registers and thee I both defy,
Not wondering at the present nor the past,
For thy records and what we see doth lie,
Made more or less by thy continual haste.
This I do vow and this shall ever be;
I will be true, despite thy scythe and thee.

27 December 2013

Fwd: SOME AMAZING RUSSIAN STREET ART, MY ADDICTION TO THIS ART FORM GROWS








I think the first street art I ever saw was a big water tower painted with Ho Chi Minh's face. 
You can read about it here 1971, I couldn't believe it was that long ago. We all believed in the blue stripe theory. 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow_Swash

Maybe it was the Citgo Sign which they, you know them, said, they we're taking down. Voices could be heard all over the place on what a bad plan that was. That's worth a google.


Saw a guy doing sand painting on Boston Common section of walkway and another one in chalk.  There are snow and ice sculptures to be seen. It is really nice to open your eves and look for it. Not a new plan to decorate, remember reading about cave walls. 

Just checking out the site looking for a picture of the cup and saucer which I didn't find but instead I found the Volkswagen Beetle Spider, perhaps you already know about this bit of street art. Bit, it's huge ! 
Avoca, Iowa: Volkswagen Beetle Spider

Would be considered out in the Corn Field Art.

Sorry got side tracked, Russian Street Art and this guy is extremely talented. 
I may have some overlapping here of pictures but google this guy, totally wonderful work.
With each new find my addition to street artists grows. 
The Living Wall: Russian street 
artist Nikita Nomerz turns derelict buildings into faces.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/culturepicturegalleries/9086702/The-Living-Wall-Russian-street-artist-Nikita-Nomerz-turns-derelict-buildings-into-faces.html

street art by nomerz transforms derelict structures.

http://www.designboom.com/art/street-art-by-nomerz-transforms-derelict-structures/

Makes ya want to run right out with paint and a ladder and a friend to hold the ladder and your head examined for even entertaining these thoughts. Better still keep that camera handy cause their are very talented people creating art, possibly in your town. If you find these folks please share. 
Sue


Sent from Sue Edling

Fwd: deviantART Newsletter: Happy Holidays!





 
 
 
 
 
'Star' our emails so you don't miss any deviantART messages!
deviantART Newsletter, Volume 27   |   View Online
December 2013 deviantART News Volume 27
 
 
 
Submit to deviantART Directly From
SketchBook Apps
 
 
  NEW FEATURE   DeviantART is proud to announce that SketchBook users on iPad and Android tablets now have the ability to create and submit art directly from their devices to deviantART! Our recent partnership with Autodesk has allowed deviantART to become the first community integrated into SketchBook -- the professional-grade painting app that is easy to use for every artist. Read Now »
 
 
 
You're Not Alone
 
  EDITORIAL  
It has always been easy to imagine ourselves, and truly believe ourselves, to be all alone in our journey through life. For some of us this perceived loneliness is too much for a human being to bear, especially at the Holidays. But this cannot be.
View Now »
 
     
 
Las Vegas deviantMEET
Wrap-Up!
 
  DEVIANTMEET   With over 300 deviants in attendance, our Las Vegas deviantMEET was a complete success. See photos and read all about this devious meet-up! Read More »
 
 
Madefire Motion Books
 
   WHAT'S HOT  
Motion Books are a new type of digital comic book that users can read, share, and interact with. Stories unfold on-screen through words, pictures, motion, and sound. The Motion Books format incorporates animation and sound design that is at the reader's control, allowing for a completely immersive experience.
View Now »
 
     
 
Artists on Writers:
Pablo Neruda
 
  EDITORIAL    As is the case with all artists, poets too are greatly influenced by the world around them and how they perceive it. The splendor of the heavens above, the dynamics of the earth beneath their feet. The uncertainty of life, the inevitability of death. More importantly, a poet's inspiration comes from what they carry within themselves: memories, relationships, their dreams, joy, and grief. Read More »
 
 
 
 
Browse Art Daily Deviations Contact Us
 
To unsubscribe, click here.
Please do not reply to this email inbox, as it is not monitored. To contact us, click here.
deviantART Inc. 7095 Hollywood Blvd. #788. Hollywood, CA 90028, USA

23 December 2013

In der Bar zum Krokodil

Fwd: [Fandalism] Pico della Mirandola uploaded a video





Hi Terry Travers,

Pico della Mirandola just uploaded a video.


Pico della Mirandola - Piano

Play video

Give him comments and props if you like it!
Thanks,
Pud (the guy who runs Fandalism)

You got this email because you're following Pico della Mirandola. To unfollow him, click "Following" here.

To stop getting emails altogether when people upload stuff, go here.

All these unsubscribe links will automatically log you in to make life a little easier. Isn't it annoying when you have to log in to change email settings? Totally.



Fwd: [Fandalism] Pico della Mirandola uploaded a video



Hi Terry Travers,

Pico della Mirandola just uploaded a video.


Pico della Mirandola - Piano

Play video

Give him comments and props if you like it!
Thanks,
Pud (the guy who runs Fandalism)

You got this email because you're following Pico della Mirandola. To unfollow him, click "Following" here.

To stop getting emails altogether when people upload stuff, go here.

All these unsubscribe links will automatically log you in to make life a little easier. Isn't it annoying when you have to log in to change email settings? Totally.



21 December 2013

Fwd: Alleluia - Eric Whitacre




This music is so nice I have it on my phone. I have been checking him out on YouTube. He reminds me of Debussy. Beautiful music.
Sue




Sent from Sue Edling

17 December 2013

WIGWAM HILL. BY JACOB KNIGHT



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Sue Edling
Date: Tue, Dec 17, 2013 at 11:48 AM
Subject: RE: WIGWAM HILL. BY JACOB KNIGHT
To: terry travers <trrytrvrs@gmail.com>


I am just thrilled, it seemed like forever you could see this painting on Ask Art. I lead people to it on my Ask Art post concerning this painting but you can't see it now.  Would you please post this on Google Images, however you do that magic.
Sue





Sent from Sue Edling

14 December 2013

Is There a Global Art Esthetic?




ARTnews Headlines

Email not displaying correctly? View the online version

ARTnews
News Investigations Features Trends Profiles Market Looking at Art Reviews
Looking at Art in Miami 2013
At the international gathering of the serious and the fabulous, mistranslation can be the best way to communicateRead More
Carolee Schneemann's classic, erotic, transgressive work from the '60s takes center stage in MiamiRead More
The bittersweet backstory of the happy faces at de la Cruz collectionRead More
So. Many. Feelings. Leave it to text art to explainRead More
Why the PĂ©rez Art Museum Miami is the right museum for the city—and a model for the futureRead More
Fire officials stop Camilo Restrepo from blowing off steam to finish piece at Untitled fairRead More
CURATED CONTENT
How young is too young for art-museum visits?
scotsman.com
Mona Lisa's claim to fame
bbc.co.uk
Jukebox heroes: The Tate's protest-song playlist
tate.org.uk
Cartier Retrospective Looks Back at 100 Years of Creating Bling for the Stars
thedailybeast.com
Why go to art school?
vulture.com
TRENDING ON ARTnews

ABOUT ARTnews
Subscribe to our print or digital editions
click here to subscribe via artnews.com
In print since 1902, ARTnews is the most widely-read art magazine in the world.
click here to learn more at artnews.com
Interested in multi-platform advertising and marketing opportunities with ARTnews magazine, ARTnews.com, or ARTnews Headlines?
click here to email adsales@artnews.com
 



ARTnews, 48 West 38th Street, New York, New York, 10018

Click here to subscribe to ARTnews magazine

Click here for advertising opportunities with ARTnews, ARTnews.com, or ARTnews Headlines.

[Forward] this email to a friend.

Please [unsubscribe] if you no longer wish to receive emails from ARTnews.