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    A full golden harvest moon
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    Hey guys and girls, I hav started streaming my art! Watch it here: https://www.picarto.tv/live/channel.php?watch=FunkyBoy Does anyone else do this?
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    Clive James, man of many talents, roles and names to fame, admits that on some occasions when he spoke he did not know what he was talking about. One can’t know the details about all the things one talks about over the many decades of living or one would have to confine oneself to only a few subjects. Your conversational life would be tedious. Clive has tried to absorb anything and everything that's new or rather, almost everything. He says that he can't abide hip-hop. The motivation behind his huge body of work: essays, poems, books, inter alia--is partly, he says, his sense of responsibility which began in childhood. He also has had a desire to: (a) use his time well and ( experience the pleasures and fruits of solitude. James's literary and verbal artistry lies in his ability to seem both casual and careful on the one hand and serious and well-read on the other. He observes an imperfect world with acerbic off-handedness and humour. He displays a formidable erudition and a giddy love of pop culture. So much of our culture, its history and its present, infuses James's prose and his wit blossoms when he is interviewed. Writers, James emphasizes, often speak with a special pontificating voice. That voice, James continues, strives for integration and a certain judiciousness even in its doubts. That voice also purports to contain the distilled wisdom of a lifetime's experience. Almost always, he says, that voice of the writer is at odds with the personality from which it emerges. “In my case the discrepancy is so glaring that even I can spot it,” he says engagingly with a proverbial twinkle in his eye. He introduced one of his columns about the mess that exists in his study and on his desk with the following question: “Are we able to think clearly when surrounded by mess because chaos is inherent in all our minds, even those of the great writers and thinkers?--Ron Price with thanks to “Denton: Elders,” 30 November 2009, ABC1, 8:00-8:30 p.m. and several interviews and columns of Clive James available on the internet. It’s always a pleasure, Clive, although I can’t say I’ve read all your 30 books;there is too much else which catches my.... fancy, my mind and emotions... You said a good deal tonight which pleased my sensory and intellectual emporium...your words about creativity & sex; your comments about our wide- wide-world thrown off with an insouciance and concern, with a humour and seriousness as.. befits your life in the world of erudition and pop-culture- entertaining the mass as you’ve travelled your road during these epochs: you are my contemporary Clive, just a little bit older and so much more well-read: how on earth did you do it, Clive?? How did you do it, Clive????? Is this all there is, Clive, this life? Ah well, we can’t agree on every line of thought, can we Clive, eh??(1) (1) my Bahá'í beliefs posit an afterlife. But whatever one believes regarding an afterlife, in the end, we are all agnostics, since belief and knowledge are different things. Ron Price 1 December 2009 Updated for artfreaks.com On: 3/12/'10 ------------------------
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    From the album: Drawings and sketches

    This was another practice sketch that I did from Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, by Betty Edwards, back in 2005 when I was trying to get back into art after a 30-year break. This little exercise was based on copying a portrait of Gustave Corbet, and it introduced the use of charcoal with a little bit of shading here and there.
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    hmm i felt like drawing that XD hope ya like it

    © &copy blueshinewolf (me)

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    Portrait sketch of a pretty girl wearing a hat
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    I see most forms of art as spellcasting. I paint to put the viewer of my work in a different frame of consciousness. My ultimate goal is to use my form of spellcasting to open your subconscious. If my abstract forms can make you feel slightly uneasy my magic is doing it’s job. When I name my pieces several ideas come to mind. I have never painted anything that has one meaning. Most of it is music, all of it is color, some of it is sex and quite a bit of it is hurt. My art is abstract simply because the world is complicated and potentially limitless and that is what art should be .
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    (H 60cm x W 90cm) oil on canvas by Mike Herrera
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    “…to be Young, Gifted, and Black.” Niña Simone. This singer, once a child prodigy in her life, was commemorating Lorraine Hansberry’s play, and her life. (See her you tube recording for a full appreciation of her natural born gift.) Tuesday April 27, 16 (V) For the Black Children of The Future. That is today, 2016. In her eyes, Transcending all biometrics before me, became puzzled, As the cognitive hearing and translating brain, interpreted: “I am genius.” The very cosmic, electro magnetic atom/molecular/cellular level of the universe, Arising an amazing awareness. As this humble seed reflected on the volumes covered over 5,0000 years, of “hue” man wisdom, before their Christian era, we are to ask, and seek truthful knowledge, so hidden by the Westerners, (in their sacred and profane) scholarship. The stars, and its constellations, wherein is the biochemical carbon base of the 9/10 earth’s ‘hue’ man. The very key to the universe was physiologically manifested. Eduardo A. Cong Poet and playwright, Tuesday April 27, 2016 Post Script: From those ‘shoulders of giants” we are to give thanks to, Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, Dr. Richard D. King, Dr. Bobby E. Wright, Dr. John H. Clarke, Dr. Josef ben-Jochannan, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, Dr. Chancellor Williams, Dr. Carlos G. Wilson, George G. M. James, George Simmons, John G. Jackson, ad infinitum. Their absence leaves boundaries of immense sidereal constellations; they are amongst our elders’ immortals.
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    From the album: Floral paintings by Millie King

    A Prickly Pear Cactus in bloom set against a Southwest landscape. 18"x24" Sold

    © Mildred King

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    From the album: Special drawing technique

    ARTIST:RAFI TALBY Special drawing technique this digital art file for sale 6000x45000X300 PX (18.1 mega) with PayPal you receive it directly to your e-mail - after payment If your e-mail does not allow receiving large files - you receive a download link Receive file - usually immediate maximum 2 business days PRICE: 2 $ I invite you to my site to see more art my site: http://rafitalby.webs.com Print this picture (Several dimensionsin,high resolution,Excellent quality) is available also at: http://www.redbubble.com/people/rafitalby http://rafi-talby.fineartamerica.com http://RT3D.imagekind.com http://rt3d.deviantart.com http://www.zazzle.com/rafitalby http://www.bluecanvas.com/rafitalby for more Details: rt3d64@gmail.com enjoy!


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    From the album: Katrinas Art

    © Katrina Krysta, 2011

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    From the album: Katrinas Art

    © Katrina Krystal, 2011

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    From the album: Katrinas Art

    © Katrina Krystal, 2011

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    From the album: Original oil Paintings

    ARTIST: RAFI TALBY 60cm x 80cm oil on wood (Masonite) Original oil Painting A handmade frame for more Details: rt3d64@gmail.com

    © &copy RAFI TALBY

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    From the album: Ships Of The Great Lakes

    Circa:1925 seen in Georgian Bay near Collingwood.Photo courtesy Hank Winsor.
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    From the album: Ships Of The Great Lakes

    Seen here exiting lock 3 Welland Canal.1997
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    It's not difficult to make a woman happy. A man only needs to be: 1. A friend 2. A companion 3. A lover 4. A brother 5. A father 6. A master 7. A chef 8. An electrician 9. A carpenter 10. A plumber 11. A mechanic 12. A decorator 13. A stylist 14. A sexologist 15. A gynaecologist 16. A psychologist 17. A pest exterminator 18. A psychiatrist 19. A healer 20. A good listener 21. An organizer 22. A good father 23. Very clean 24. Sympathetic 25. Athletic 26. Warm 27. Attentive 28. Gallant 29. Intelligent 30. Funny 31. Creative 32. Tender 33. Strong 34. Understanding 35. Tolerant 36. Prudent 37. Ambitious 38. Capable 39. Courageous 40. Determined 41. True 42. Dependable 43. Passionate 44. Compassionate WITHOUT FORGETTING TO: 45. Give her compliments regularly 46. Love shopping 47. Be honest 48. Be very rich 49. Not stress her out 50. Not look at other girls AND AT THE SAME TIME, YOU MUST ALSO: 51. Give her lots of attention, but expect little yourself 52. Give her lots of time, especially time for herself 53. Give her lots of space, never worrying about where she goes IT IS VERY IMPORTANT: 54. Never to forget: * birthdays * anniversaries * arrangements she makes HOW TO MAKE A MAN HAPPY: 1. Leave him alone
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    From the album: ARCHEOPHOTO Collectio J.A.Votypka

    foto dia 7x7 cm kolorovan

    © Free

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    Hello Welcome to my Webiste. http://luchavnn.weebly.com/ luchavnn
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    From the album: My Art works

    An abstract art works that shows shape's combination and how's my creativity and imagination started using computer's paint program.
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    From the album: Blue-period

    Pretty self-explanatory really.
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    From the album: kwh cartoon album

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    From the album: Art Supplement Pieces

    Close-up view of painting 2 [Jar]
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    oil on canvas 15x18"in tel#(032)261-4300 cel#09062760818 email: jesie_james76@yahoo.com
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    If you're just wanting to go out and do a little Karaoke, I like to go to Tony's Bar...It is a little bit of a dive, but the drinks are cheap and they have the best Karaoke equipment & song selection in town. It's also kinda fun to watch some of the INTERESTING customers come in and out. Some nicer places in Dubuque to go are The Europa Haus, a great little German bar and restaurant. They have an awesome selection of German Beer and also domestic and resonably priced mixed drinks, which are served quite strong! Also, Bricktown is quite popular-they have a restaurant as well and they have live bands and comedians come in, they do have a cover charge , though. One of my favorite places in Dubuqe has to be The Busted Lift. This is a really cool Irish pub; they, of course, have a variety of Irish (and other) imported beer. They bring in some bands and the last I knew, they had Open Mike nights once a week-Tuesdays?-if you are an aspiring singer/song writer. This pub is wonderful!! Great atmospere.
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    FLIXX BAND GIGS: every Tuesday performing at Festival mall in Alabang...Wednesday Cowboy Grill Arquiza St., Mabini, Manila.. Friday Calle 5 Mabini, Manila...Saturday C.O.C (Chicks O'Clock) Music Garden Doroteo Jose Sta. Cruz Manila. The members of the band are....Loy vocals, Len & Jeny Singers.. Ford Lead Guitarist, Ace Bass guitarist, Lito keyboard, Toots Drummer...for more information please contact Mr.Lito Bondoc Cell # 09284606463 or Tel.2352060...
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    Costa del Sol. Marbella, Rinconcillo y Estepona, sobre tus orillas y playas camin?. Cu?n hermosa eran tus distantes arenas. Sentado sobre una roca al pies del Mediterr?neo, bajo una noche llena de estrellas, la memoria de tu sonrisa en una flor llev?. En esa ausencia, tu palpitantemente presencia, llen? esta noche de tu silencio tan permanente como estas arenas de Marbella. Dando hogar al vac?o en estas playas del Mediterr?neo, tus labios y tu voz. Cada vez, que a su alrededor paseaba, en t? pensaba. Aunque me llenas de memorias en cada grano de arena, En t?, poesia ve?a. Si por casualidad hall? una flor entre lo oscuro de tu cabellera, y tus orejas, es porque de tus labios, tu sonrisas, llenaron mi noche de la fragrancia tuya como una flor. Copyright, Monday, October 27, 2003 Eduardo A. Cong, Poet and playwright, Algeciras, Spain.
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    Celestine Fire II Another winter in New York City, as seasons from the sun, defined a region. La Guardia seemed so different this time, as she anticipated a traveler?s arrival. This journey was never new. It had been done in nano seconds of her echo, ?when is your vacation?? The soul traveled then as now, in dimensions unknown to the common mind. Wherein distance, time and regions are all the same. The Initiate arrival recessed destiny of the Apocalypse rider . . . Reciprocal respect was in place for this cause and effect relationship. The circle was complete. Copyright, December 30, 2005 Eduardo A. Cong. Poet and playwright. New York. N. Y. USA.
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    French Indochina while in America was growing from another generation of Asian emigres. The war was to claim so many lives and the seeds in your eyes, have seen. To many, the soulless origins of their discontent were in the light of their perspectives. It was time for healing and tangent steps were taken by a gentle Spirit-soul. She sat at a table next to me, in focused study, next to me she was. As the music progressed, the evening was young and, she iced focused. Intermitent pauses were taken to talk and break the focused routine, with her friends. Adjacent to the evening was the music, and the rhyming to her almond eyes. She continued her readings and the heat of the evening was warming the table, and all surroundings. The pen felt, from a distance, her heart beats. Ink had to be given to a blank sheet of paper. Her reflections from a mirror had given another view of her soul. To a picture denied, an impression of the soul, while present, had to be drawn. The exchange in a silent language was continually in mind. As the pen drew the night to a close, work continued, mine and hers. Shirt came off, laying bare her back, and seducing the night was her physique. Revealing an Asian goddess in fair complexion and smiles, this pen was left to wonder if the night had just started or, the dawn on Mandarin heaven had just began... Leaving nothing to chance, shared the same heavens we sat under, while in a coffeehouse, in America, and leaving nothing to chance, She knew... Copyright, Monday, May 30th, 2005 Eduardo A. Cong, Poet and playwright, San Diego, CA; USA. Thanks for the gift, of your gentle Spirit-soul, Ms. Q. T. French Indochina/Vietnam.
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