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Interview with painter and poet Benjamin M. Prewitt  from the portfolio – in progress

Reblogged from The Portfolio: Titled “Balance and Humility” Photo by Benjamin M. Prewitt There aren’t enough words to describe the creative talent that is Benjamin M. Prewitt.  At first glance, his paintings grabbed me and somehow made me feel whole.  … Continue reading

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Artist Process – All That’s Lost – Colleen Briggs

I’ve been pondering an idea lately that what is “lost” does not actually cease to exist, but simply morphs into another form of equal (or perhaps greater) value. Of course this idea is not original, but is a basic principle … Continue reading

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spirits wander 1 and 2 by Kerfe #writephoto

  between dusk and deep night, spirits wander through air, climbing clouds to follow soulbird paths of ancient moonlight Continue reading: spirits wander 1 & 2 | method two madness

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Inspiration

A blank sheet of paper… a blank screen… a blank canvas… your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to fill it. And, of course, you so chose. That’s why you are sitting there staring at it, feeling as … Continue reading

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Guest artist: Colleen Briggs – Sacred Centre Holds

Colleen Briggs very kindly agreed to be a guest here today. She is a superb artist and I love her work… but there is more to her gifts than those that fill a canvas with colour. Please visit her blog … Continue reading

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New directions

“I need to update you on bent-tail fish,” said my son down the phone. This could not be good. Poor bent-tail has been struggling with his infirmities for a while and we knew it could be only a matter of … Continue reading

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A painter’s palette

The faded flower caught my eye as I was trimming the potted plants on the windowsill. The rich shades of its life and death were so striking they would make an amazing watercolour. Appropriate, really, as the flower was an … Continue reading

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