Inside the depth of pure story
Surgeon operated authentic history
Comes to repair the broken harmony
So I open secret testimony
Past, you sent me Good Karma
Last, I created sweet Dharma
Sure pure of cure.......
Painkiller of Samsara
Mystical Shapely #1.168
She beautiful like Butterfly
Flies with slow tempo in sky
Follow behind her figure I try
I saw Spider in corner species black widow
Faced Sun rises outside… Continue
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(Ratha Yatra Festival in Puri, India / Painting by James Fergusson)
Juggernaut. Lots to say about this one. Make sure your seat is confortable...
I’ve started the writing for this singular piece on November… Continue
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CARMEN LUNA Artista
De nacionalidad española.
Ha vivido muchos años en Madrid y Zaragoza. Actualmente reside en Sevilla.
Realiza estudios de Dibujo, Pintura, Grabado y Composición, Pintura Gestual y Expresionista con la profesora de arte italiana Cris Acqua.
Su producción artística es abundante y original.
Su búsqueda expresionista de los gestos en personajes, paisajes y creaciones surrealistas (painting-collages),… Continue
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("Primeval Center" )
On a background of Wall Street Bailout and the Large Hadron Collider, “Void” paints the Buddhist concept of emptiness.
From Wikipedia :…
Added by Christopher Stewart on July 28, 2009 at 9:21pm —
("Enigma" by Matías Argudín)
The third and fourth parts of “Leaving The Ashram” are respectively entitled “The Tabla Master’s Enigma” and “The Ordinary II.” Our unidentified introspective hero has completed his retreat and is going back to ordinary life.…
Added by Christopher Stewart on July 26, 2009 at 5:41pm —
Reincarnated, unwanted garments made into one of a kind clothing and accessories.
Ivy’s inspiration starts with a single abondoned article of clothing that she transforms. Some reconstructed items include sweaters, jeans, t-shirts, and windbreaker jackets. These are made into products such as gloves, hats, neckwarmers, skirts, dresses and baby blankets.
See the ECOuture process on display at Lucky gallery from June 11 to August 2.
Ivy Glass will be hosting her… Continue
Added by Laura Arena on July 26, 2009 at 2:00am —
Picture The Homeless and Allies Occupied a Vacant Lot and Builds a Tent City in East Harlem..As the foreclosure crisis festers, Bloomberg and the banks fail us. While the homeless population continues to escalate, landlords and the city continue to keep buildings empty. In fact, the total volume of potential apartments in vacant buildings and lots in Manhattan alone exceeds the number of homeless households in shelter and on the street… Continue
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Called General Assembly. this Brooklyn-based company produces original hand-silkscreened t-shirts.
On Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/General-Assembly/130942735364?ref=nf
Announcements via Twitter @genassembly
Added by David Balluff on July 25, 2009 at 9:44am —
22nd July - 11th August 2009
tank.tv is pleased to present nine of Jacco Olivier’s animated works online at www.tank.tv from the 22nd July - 11th August 2009. The show will include work made between 2003 and 2009: 'BMK', 'Birds', 'Submerge', 'Sleep', 'Transit', 'Wood', 'Return', 'Run' and 'Almost'.
“The images he (Olivier) makes are obviously painterly, their brushwork bold and narrative, their colour-sense superb. Yet the point of… Continue
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We compost all of our table scraps. A few sneak down the drain and clog it. We just flip the switch on the garbage disposal and the drain unclogs. Unless the disposal dies. Like it did over a week ago. Now it doesn’t drain and I have to take unpleasant measures to remedy the situation.
After the last plumber gouged us, we never use the disposal to send ground food into the water cycle. On her last visit, my mother-in-law was kind enough to ask, seconds before shoving a handful of… Continue
Added by AmyMusings on July 23, 2009 at 7:00am —
Some kids collect seashells, bottle caps, rocks, marbles, trophies, baseball cards, coins. Most kids collect things they see as an extension of themselves. Things they are proud of and can display on a shelf and share with other people. They bring their conversation pieces to school for show-and-tell, spread them out for other people to pick over, admire and wish they were the lucky ones who found all those neat things. Not me. My collection was top secret. I definitely wouldn’t think of… Continue
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Come visit our bookstore and receive at 50% discount on your purchase! Don't forget to check out the current exhibition--Long Story Bit by Bit: Liberia Retold, featuring photographs by Tim Hetherington, while you're here!
The store and gallery are open from 12:00 - 6:00 PM on Monday through Friday and from 12:00 - 5:00 PM on Saturdays!
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Friends register at all new social networking site mysharebook. Register at mysharebook and connect with your family and friends all the world and share your photos, videos, blogs, chat or voice chat with them & more just check out mysharebook . you can also customize with your own themes and layouts. just log on to WWW.MYSHAREBOOK.TK
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