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Nocturne 17. Wanderer in Poesy's Land

“For far too long you have been pretending
to be what you are not and cannot be.
Into a foreign realm you intruded,
tho’ not favored by the arcane lyre’s art. 182 more words


Running Start

The “Mondrian Class” once again filled up this fall. After three weeks it feels like a running start and I’m trying to keep up with the blog posts about the work. 56 more words


Edward Burtynsky and Georgia O'Keeffe in London

Yesterday I visited London for 1) a work trip to a library; 2) a visit to the Flowers Gallery in Hoxton to see the exhibition of recent photography by Edward Burtynsky; and 3) a visit to Tate Modern, to see the new Switch House and to visit the Georgia O’Keeffe exhibition. 755 more words

Cassandra Buccellato, painter

Untitled, oil on canvas, 4’ x 6’

Cassandra Buccellato has been painting for two years in my “What Would Mondrian Do” group, informally known as  “The Mondrian Class.” 65 more words