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What goes on through their minds, as they dwell on the colors and pigments that mix wonderfully, like water and salt (due to their likeness in polarity, of course), or as they ponder the subject of their next masterpiece? 74 more words

Water Lillies and Intelligent Design

Excerpt from Grant R. Jeffrey’s book, Creation: Remarkable Evidence of God’s Design. (Ch. 2)

The flowers we encounter everyday when we walk in the city or the country are taken for granted, despite the incredible perfection of their design.

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Haiku: Floating White

We sit by the old pond in the woods
with our toes bared.
Watching floating white water boats
emit a fragrance from a beating sun. 40 more words

Urban Poetry

Art Anxiety: Unleashing an Eleven Month-Old Baby in a World-Famous Museum

I’ll the get the drama out of the way: there was no real anxiety in taking Zef to the Musée de l’Orangerie in Paris’s Tuleries Gardens. 951 more words


On the Monet: a postcard from Giverny

Talk about in your face! The paintbox chaos of artist Claude Monet’s garden at Giverny is exhilarating. Under cloudless blue skies, October’s scarlets, yellows and deep mauves clashed unabashed. 151 more words


Claude Monet

Claude Monet who was a founder of french impressionist painting was one of Alfred Sisley’s main influences. He influenced Sisley in the way that he painted in series often repeatedly painting the same subjects but in different lighting conditions.He met Alfred Sisley along with Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Frédéric Bazille in the studio of Swiss artist Charles Gleyre. 115 more words