Jul 18 2015

Together for ever

 

You are the moon

And I am the tallest peak

In the world blindly in love with you.

 

I am happy

Because I know I will see you

Tonight and admire your immense beauty again.

 

You are glad

Because you know I will see

You with loving eyes until the end of time.

 

Moon

And me

Together

Forever.

 

 

Poem by Lucio Muñoz

Vancouver, BC, Canada

July 18, 2015

lrmt@hotmail.com

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Jul 03 2015

Bees, Beetles and Butterflies: A Photoshow

Bees, Beetles and Butterflies: A Photoshow

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Jul 01 2015

Happy Canada Day

 

Happy Canada
Day-I hear people singing
Oh Canada! Eh. 

 

Haiku por Lucio Munoz

Vancouver, BC, Canada

July 01, 2015

lrmt@hotmail.com

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Jun 22 2015

The first time

The first time I fell in love

Knowing that I was not

The chosen one…

I wrote a haiku to sadness.

 

The first time I met someone

Who smiled at me and liked

My crazy personality…

I wrote a poem of hope

 

The first time I tasted sweet kisses

With my eyes closed and

My heart singing…

I wrote a song to love           

 

The first time I could take a moment

To think about my past

And my lucky life…

I wrote a story of happiness.

 

First, I wrote a haiku to sadness,

Then, a poem of hope,

Next, I wrote a song to love,

And finally, I wrote a story of happiness.

 

Poem by Lucio Muñoz

Vancouver, BC, Canada

June 22, 2015

lrmt@hotmail.com

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Jun 09 2015

Love without limits

It is not a dream,

It is the truth;

I am her king,

The source of her happiness.

 

And the universe

Is too small

To store all

The love that for her I feel.

 

Poem by Lucio Muñoz 

Vancouver, BC, Canada

June 8, 2015
lrmt@hotmail.com  

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Oct 12 2010

A Happy man and His Stuff


Featured Artist Becky Balsano: http://balsano.aminus3.com/

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Oct 28 2010

Bicycle Rider


Featured Artist: Günsel Şen Aşkan


100/70 Oil on Canvas (2006)

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Jun 19 2014

Featured Artist: Katerina Pravdivaia

Featured Artist: Katerina Pravdivaia

Notes from the Artist:
I am a Russian-born Canadian artist, insatiable traveler, and passionate dancer.
My work explores the interconnectivity between human and non-human species as well as their surrounding environment. Due to industrial development, environmental degradation, and corporate greed, hundreds of thousands of species are becoming endangered and extinct. However, many people tend to forget that we are also part of the environment, and rely heavily on the sustainability of countless ecosystems that are interconnected. We too, are animals. We too, are the environment. The abstracted fields in my paintings and drawings represent the constant flux of time and the uncertainty of the future.
It is up to us to decide whether or not we will rise to the challenge and learn to co-exist, or forever fade into the darkness.

Links:
Katerina Pravdivaia on the Web: http://www.katerina-pravdivaia.com/

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Sep 09 2013

Featured Artist: Green

Featured Artist: Dr G.S Reen
Artist Name: Green

Notes from the Artist:
Artist Bio: Painting since 2004 as an amateur artist and a self-taught virtuoso. A Doctor, Painter, Writer, Musician and a Photographer who has transformed into a complete professional. I like to challenge the impossible and that’s what I put in my work.

Links:
Website: http://www.greensmind.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/greensmind
Blogspot: http://www.stylesgreen.blogspot.in/
Wordpress: http://www.greensmind.com/wordpress/
Instagram: http://instagram.com/reenspartan
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greensmind

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Dec 02 2012

Featured Artist: Zayasaikhan Sambuu (AKA Zaya)

Featured Artist: Zayasaikhan Sambuu (AKA Zaya)

Notes from the Artist:
I was born in Mongolia I paint the styles and themes of Mongolian traditional painting with contemporary Asian art in “a bridge between old and new art.” Scenes of ancient daily life, echoes of my nomadic, Central Asian roots, themes of Tibetan spirituality and traditional Japanese techniques all go into the unique mix and brings to my canvases. Using a technique that fuses watercolors, gouache, brush, and mixed media, I works with a warm yet somewhat dark palette.

Many of My paintings depict noble or royal Mongolian women, all with costumes and hair styles drawn from traditional fashion designs of Mongolian nomadic aristocracy. These figures are often accompanied by wild animals such as snow leopards or wolves.

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