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Pachimottanasana (sweet variation) pointillism drawing

Just like the mind, made of various points of thought, feeling and sensation to perceive reality, each drawing is a meditative process of a thousand dots, more or less intense, with more or less space between, to create a more or less beautiful interpretation of a whole.


Ahhh, A Summer Painting

Sometimes a piece of art encapsulates so completely, an emotion, a memory, a sense of something, that it literally takes your breathe away and leaves you feeling a bit stunned. 141 more words

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A viral infection has completely vacated the body of this flu magnet after winning its battle against the immune system two weeks ago. The conquest lasted longer than my doctor and I expected, giving me heavy colds and cough and an on-off 38° fever for days. 238 more words


I'm not an artist.

I’m really not. I have pipe dreams about being an architect, or maybe a draftsman. Having English Literature as my third major is also one of these pipe dreams. 911 more words

Happy 184th Birthday Camille Pissarro!

Camille Pissarro was a celebrated artist who really shined in the French Impressionist movement as well as the Post-Impressionist movement. He was known as the “Father of Impressionism.” He often painted the everyday lives of the rural and urban French people, he particularly loved to paint landscapes. 423 more words

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