Jul 25 2016



The simple reason

I would quite happily give

Up everything-Love.


Haiku by Lucio Muñoz

Vancouver, BC, Canada



Jun 25 2016


Suddenly the whole
European union is
in deep shock-BREXIT.


Haiku by Lucio Munoz

Vancouver, BC, Canada



Apr 15 2016

Three wishes


When I was young

I wished for a princess one day-

Out of nowhere it came, a strong,

Beautiful lady.


When I was married

I wished to make my queen very happy-

Out of nowhere a love storm came

Turning sour my honey.


Now newly single

I wished for a princes or a queen one day-

Out of nowhere it will come for sure

And I am ready again to play.


Young and crazy,

Married and thoughtful,

Newly single and hopeful,

Three wishes, believe me each of them worthy.



Poem by Lucio Muñoz

Vancouver, BC, Canada




Apr 14 2016

A working love triangle


A beautiful rose

Once fell in love with both

A hummingbird and me at the same time.


Knowing that not being able to

Fly I was not a match for the hummingbird

During the day I was afraid of losing her.


The hummingbird knowing that

He could not be a match for me

At night was also afraid of losing her.


Then one day rose proposed a solution

To this situation: She would belong to hummingbird

During the day; and to me during the night and we all agreed.




And me-

A nicely working love triangle.



Poem by Lucio Muñoz

Vancouver, BC, Canada



Sep 07 2015

A promise from my friends and me

I talked to the Sky

And he told me he feels

Better when there is no rain.


I talked to the Wind

And he told me he feels

Better when there are no mountains.


I talked to your heart

And he told me very loudly

He is happier when he is only with me.


You should expect no rain,

No mountains,

And happiness;

A promise from my friends Sky, Wind and me.


Poem by Lucio Muñoz

Vancouver, BC, Canada

September 07, 2015



Jun 02 2013

Featured Artist: Patrcia Allingham Carlson

Featured Artist: Patrcia Allingham Carlson

About the Artist:
Patricia has pursued a lifelong in art. She is a graduate with high distinction from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Art Education. While showing her work in juried shows in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, winning many awards in these, Patricia has also been involved in teaching adults and children in her home studio since 1980.
Her work is primarily done with watercolor, collage, and mixed media. Her interests in nature and its spirit are a strong influence in her work. She enjoys finding the magic and mystery of nature in her paintings.


Nov 20 2013

Featured Artist: Rein Nomm

Featured Artist: Rein Nomm

Notes from the Artist:
I am an artist and visual explorer who uses paint, clay, stone, wire, wood, paper, and pixels to create and discover new visual worlds. My work has evolved from recording the beauty and variety of the external world to creating my own imaginary worlds, as evidenced in my paintings, sculptures and digital works. My work embodies the stylistic undercurrents of Expressionism, Abstract Expressionism, and a dash of Dada; as well as reflecting my Northern European roots and the influences of a formal graduate education in art history and philosophy.

My work has been displayed or published by a variety of organizations including: the Saatchi Gallery Online, the Museum of the Cherokee Indian, the BBC Collective Gallery; Downtown LA Life Magazine International; Boletin del Instituto Andaluz del Patrimonio Historico (PH 60) in Seville, Spain; Qind Magazine (London, England), Green Hills Literary Lantern, Detroit Free Press, File Magazine, Flak Photo, the permanent collection of the Meteor Photo Gallery, and the Agitatto Gallery in Geneva, Switzerland, My work is also in private collections in Europe and the U.S. I have shown my work in a one-man show and in numerous group shows in the US. Since 1995 when I created my website, my work has been viewed by more than 3 million people worldwide and over 2 million people on Flickr..

I am a self-taught artist who has been honing his artistic skills and aesthetic sense for over 35 years. I have worked as a professional photographer, off and on, for the past 18 years, undertaking assignments as diverse as architectural photography, executive portraits, special events and product packaging. I also have taught art history, philosophy and logic at various colleges and universities in Michigan and was chairman of the Humanities department at Duns Scotus College in the 1970s. I have two Masters degrees, one in Humanities and the other in Philosophy from Wayne State University.

I was born in a displaced persons (DP) camp in Augsburg, Germany of Estonian parents, and I immigrated to the United States in 1950. I grew up in Detroit and currently live in Plymouth, Michigan with my wife.

Rein Nomm on the Web: http://www.nomm.com/
Rein Nomm on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nomm/


Oct 06 2010

The Wax Onion- Diediker Art Collaborative

The Wax Onion Art Collaborative -Artist Sean Diediker from sean Diediker on Vimeo.

Utah Artist Uses Beeswax and Facebook to Create New Collaborative Art Form

Seizing on social media and sustainability trends, Sean Diediker, a leading Utah artist, has harnessed Facebook for the creation of his encaustic (beeswax) art. Diediker created a unique collaborative group on Facebook called the Wax Onion. Asking one simple question -“What do you see?” – he opened the group page to the public, and well over a thousand participants accepted his invitation to directly provide their insights and opinions on his encaustic artwork during its creation. The result: a comprehensive yearlong collaborative effort with richly diverse global influences that resulted in a striking series of limited edition encaustic plates. “These pieces are collective journals of humanity as it exists today,” says Diediker.

The encaustic medium requires 100% pure beeswax and pigment to produce an image, which is rendered further by manipulation with found items and common household tools. Notably, Diediker’s encaustic artwork is all natural – involving no harsh chemical components – and is made with a sustainable local resource: beeswax. To see the full series of Wax Onion Encaustics, visit: bookmasters.com/​marktplc/​03147.htm

The collaborative process and resulting artwork have been chronicled in a book called The Wax Onion: The Art of Sean Diediker, which will be released at a premiere book-signing event in Provo on the evening of Saturday, October 23, 2010. A portion of the proceeds from the book will be donated to The National Breast Cancer Organization.

Mr. Diediker is an internationally acclaimed artist who began his career in Utah. His artwork is on exhibit at museums and galleries worldwide. He has been commissioned widely, including recent work for President Obama. Diediker divides his time between Utah and Australia.


May 23 2013

Featured Artist: Della Daughtry

Featured Artist: Della Daughtry

Notes from the Artist:
Hi, I am Della Daughtry, and I am the artist of Dream Damsel Art. I am from Webster Florida USA and I specialize in Big Eye Art. I Started my artistic career in 1999 as a ceramic artist but switched to acrylic on canvas in December 2010. I have no formal training in art. I have learned most of my technique by trial and error. As a child I developed a huge interest of the big eye art of Margaret Keane, which led to my current love of the big eye art genre! I have won first place for six consecutive years 2001-2006 followed by back to back best of show in 2007-2008 here locally in Sumter County Florida for my ceramic pieces. I have had 10 of my paintings included in a group gallery show in Des Moines, Iowa in 2012. Currently 56 of my paintings have been bought and are part of private collections across the United States.

Della Daughtry on the Web: http://dreamdamsel.embarqspace.com/
Della Daughtry Twitter: https://twitter.com/dreamdamselart
Della Daughtry Email: dreamdamsel@embarqmail.com


Aug 22 2011

Grasshopper In Her Hair

Featured Artist: Mandy Tabatt

Notes from the Artist:

I’m not a witch, although sometimes my three children say so.
I’m living behind the moon – anyway. But it isn’t always the dark side.
I’m married to a wonderful husband.
I love to watch the world around me through the lens auf my camera..
I’m a Blogger, so please visit me at www.magratknoblauch.de


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