“The Nut Gatherers” by William-Adolphe Bouguereau   ECHO   Echoes calling “hello, dear other!” Calling to you, my sister, my brother: “How are you? ‘Hope all’s well! O’er the seas and o’er the dell!”   Echoes calling, Calling to you, “Hello, my friend!” Old or new.   Echoes Calling Hello, dear Other!   Echoes Calling… Continue reading Echo


Man, I love Rothko’s work!  All of it!  But especially the big fields of color, and most especially when there’s only one or two colors with varying hues, gradations, etc.  Above is “Untitled, 1968”.  Below is Mark Rothko in his studio.  I found these on WikiArt.

Senecio and Yellow Birds by Klee

Paul Klee is one of my favorite artists.  Here are a couple of great articles about his life and his work.  The first is from the Guggenheim.  (Just the first paragraph is below; click on the link above for the full article.) Paul Klee B. 1879, MÜNCHENBUCHSEE, SWITZERLAND; D. 1940, MURALTO-LOCARNO, SWITZERLAND Paul Klee was… Continue reading Senecio and Yellow Birds by Klee