off this Art Safari with a reflection on reflections. Who is the
fairest one of all?
Path Through The Sky" is a sure indicator.
reflects on war, poverty, violence and despair in "Time
The title can be taken
two ways: an unbusy moment, or an order.
I think what she really
means is a time for peace, but mirror images are backwards.
Kilb reminds me of the outsider artist's artist, Ralph
Fasanella, in this primitive romp through "My Old Neighborhood
Greenwich Village NYC"
Can you find the artist
in his studio? Hint: It's about one inch to the right of the grey
and white car. Try clicking on the window...
teaches us that some of the greatest treasures are simple
I am very frond of "Treasures".
spells out my philosophy in slightly phoenetic letter blocks. Why
not? she lives in Phoenicia, no?
GLAD SONG WITCH (WHICH?)
TRY AGAIN TO BELIEVE
IT CAN HAPPEN FOREVER.
The title is "Believe",
The balmy weather has
gotten to Bronson Eden's brain.
It seems like Mary Poppins
is jumping for joy, but the fellow at the bottom is decidedly glum.
Put away your bumbershoot,
Bronson, and enjoy the "Warm Winds Of Winter"
However, Now is as good
a time as any to reflect on mortality with Elaine Fasula.
Your Thoughts" sounds like a bargain to me.
We could use some perking
up after that one, so how about Erica Minglis' spicy
mirrorized Mexican mixed media "One Hot Tamale"
Harold Edgerton was a pioneer in stroboscopic photography and
was the inspiration for this painting "Apple Puff"
by Dave Channon. Even though I made the picture,
it took a knowledgeable artist (Judith Singer) at the opening to
remind me where I got the image from.
see original photo below...
for other fascinating experimental photos.
created this ceramic "Mask 2"
I thought it would help
ease the tension of the previous picture.
So what do I do next
but point out Loel Barr's disturbing anthropomorphic
amphibian in "The Biologist".
This is one Barr Exam
I hope I never have to take.
has us seeing dots before our eyes in "Dotted Flower".
graduates from collage and this "Buds"
It reminds me of the
nostalgic line about lost love in a Tom Waits song...
"I remembered the
words but forgot the sheet music..."
Soleil is very perceptive.
Shadows" she captures the fleeting dance of light
across the forest floor.
I used to think that
in this world, you and I didn't add up to a hill of beans.
of Color" changed my perception of that old chestnut
from a Bogart movie.
Thank you, Nancy
Polly Law (you
gotta love these names) Provides a retro inspection of the relationship
between self and nature, and between our several selves in "Reflection/Perception"
use of an old rusty pick makes this the most unusual and powerful
"Menorah" I have ever seen.
It comes with a large
box of holiday candles, too.
but not least, Jaqueline Rohn wraps up this Art
Safari with a splendid array of intricately inlaid mosaic mirrors.
My fave is the one at
the bottom called "Fan Mirror"
Notice the reflection
of yours truly in the upper center... If you buy this one, it will
be your reflection in there instead of mine.