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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Sep 11 2013

Featured Artist: Brian Mark

Featured Artist: Brian Mark

Brain Mark will be will be Exhibiting at Harbor Square Gallery through October 31, 2013
Harbor Square Gallery
374 Main Street
Rockland, ME. 04841
(207) 594-8700
http://www.harborsquaregallery.com/

About the Artist:
Artist Brian Mark uses the ghostly and beguiling medium of precious metals bathed in acids to take viewers on a haunting search for the epiphany as a faint ghost of an idea evolves from the subconscious and merges into the conscious mind.

This unique medium defies the usual categories of art and has been described as “there’s a feeling of peacefulness and reverence for life, and the simmering quality speaks of magic, ghost, prayers, jewels”.

Brian Mark on the web: http://brianmarkart.com/
Brian Mark on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brian-Mark/352533329323

Curriculum Vitae and Artist Statement:
Artist Statement of Purpose
In inventing this new medium of art, I employ precious metals of gold, nickel and silver electro plated on a stainless steel panel, which is bathed in a multitude of acids. Developing this unique medium and the ghostly images it produces has taken years of experimentation with the help from several scientists and metallurgists around the country.
My complex process produces images that appear and disappear depending on the viewer’s perspective and the play of light. This allows my viewer to slowly discover layer-by-layer of images. Because the medium is intentionally subtle, it provokes viewers to examine every perspective to reveal the figure within the surrounding chaos and complexity.
With this medium, I am able to tell more complex stories, therefore some have called my work visual literature. As my viewers search for each image, I’m involving them in the overall message that the world has many meanings, truth and beauty, but you have to listen and practice the art of being awake. I’m asking my viewers to practice shutting out external noise and really try to be observant.
It is true my medium does go against much of the contemporary work being produced today, which often reminds me of trying to achieve what billboards achieve. I strongly believe when it comes to fine art you shouldn’t understand everything by driving by it at 50 mph. I have found most of the real lessons in life are that way. I have loved art that offers a slower more complex read and so in respect to my audience I wish to bring this back to today’s contemporary art.

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Aug 11 2013

Featured Artist: Leticia Banegas

Featured Artist: Leticia Banegas

Notes from the Artist:
I am a Honduras-based artista. A fine art painter, muralist and designer. I attended the Center for Design, Architecture and Construction (CEDAC) – a Honduran university specializing in design and creative innovation located in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. My work is characterized as dramatic, mystical and magical with a hint of whimsy. Banegas’ art is a stylized form of imagery where the characters and designs embody an unusual and sensual flair with a touch of ethnic and cultural charm – whisking the viewer into a creative world of color, depth and feeling. My Works are through out Central and South America, as well as parts of the Caribbean.

Websites:
http://www.leticiabanegas.com

http://leticiabanegasartista.weebly.com/

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Aug 23 2013

Featured Artist: Toni Letang

Featured Artist: Toni Letang

Notes from the Artist:
My name is Toni Letang. I’m a senior who devotes a lot of time learning other methods of art by experimentation. I use not only watercolor painting I’ve done along with photographs but now I’ve found another medium by using the computer to reshape, color, texture, etc. those same works into something more or less abstract. I’ve never taken lessons but started drawing when I was young and took up painting for fun. Now its more of a passion. Not interested in marketing myself but I do enjoy the encouragement when someone likes what I’ve done.

I’m very interested in mixing more with people that share this passion. I started my own page on Facebook less than a year ago. It’s called Thinkin’ w/ heART. I also have a personal connection under my name Toni Letang. I would very much like to join in the fun there with you.

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Jan 07 2013

Featured Artist: Daniele Mattei

Featured Artist: Daniele Mattei

About the Artist:

“I could enchant you with delightful images. But I prefer to shock your soul.”
Daniele Mattei was born in S.Margherita Ligure (Italy).
He grew up with a great passion for drawing, painting, and all what concerns art and creation.
At first,he especially liked drawing in pencil and china ink, being mainly influenced by comic art and graphism.
Growing up he expanded his interest into watercolors, oil painting and several othertraditional painting techniques.
He attended courses from Scuola Chiavarese del Fumetto(comic art school of Chiavari) and Accademia Ligustica di Belle Arti (Ligustic fine art school- Genoa-Italy)where he expanded his knowledge of art, anatomy and painting techniques under the teaching of Prof. Guido Zanoletti, painter and Illustrator.
He works and lives in Santa Margherita Ligure

“Potrei ammaliarvi con immagini meravigliose. Invece, preferisco turbarvi l’anima.”
Daniele Mattei nasce a S.Margherita Ligure.
Da sempre interessato all’arte e al disegno, sviluppa una grande passione per tutto ciò che è creatività. Inizialmente si avvicina da autodidatta al disegno a matita ed inchiostro di china, influenzato principalmente dall’arte del fumetto e dalla grafica. Crescendo, espande i suoi interessi anche alla pittura all’aquerello, olio e diverse altre tecniche tradizionali. Studia presso la Scuola Chiavarese del Fumetto e presso L’Accademia Ligustica di Belle arti a Genova, dove allarga le sue conoscenze sui linguaggi dell’arte,l’anatomia e la pittura, sotto la guida del prof. Guido Zanoletti.

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Dec 20 2012

Dave Hall’s “Moving Water” – Post 11 of 12


Featured Artist: Dave Hall



A piece of my heart never leaves Blaine Creek, due in large part to the poetry associated with the convergence of family and friends, moving water and mayfly hatches.


–from Dave Hall’s book “Moving Water”
The Artistic Blog invites you to see page 12 of 12 tomorrow.

Dave Hall’s “Moving Water” – Post 10 of 12


–from Dave Hall’s book “Moving Water”

Dave Hall’s “Moving Water” – Post 9 of 12


–from Dave Hall’s book “Moving Water”

Dave Hall’s “Moving Water” – Post 8 of 12


–from Dave Hall’s book “Moving Water”

Dave Hall’s “Moving Water” – Post 7 of 12


–from Dave Hall’s book “Moving Water”

Dave Hall’s “Moving Water” – Post 6 of 12


–from Dave Hall’s book “Moving Water”

Dave Hall’s “Moving Water” – Post 5 of 12


–from Dave Hall’s book “Moving Water”

Dave Hall’s “Moving Water” – Post 4 of 12


–from Dave Hall’s book “Moving Water”

Dave Hall’s “Moving Water” – Post 3 of 12


–from Dave Hall’s book “Moving Water”

Dave Hall’s “Moving Water” – Post 2 of 12


–from Dave Hall’s book “Moving Water”

Dave Hall’s “Moving Water” – Post 1 of 12


–from Dave Hall’s book “Moving Water”

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