Originally posted on Quarry House:
Working the Brushes It is prosaic work, cleaning the brushesgrown hard with neglect and dried huesfrom past canvases. One by one, left to dry as you carried on blithely to the next painting and the nextlike a child who has no sense of timeor the using of resources, always surethere…
Originally posted on power of h Weblog:
Uelsmann work looks like a precursor for all the fabulous images coming out of people’s minds using photoshop. But Uelsman used a camera and the darkroom. His work has had a huge affect on many artists, myself included. ?
British award-winning writer and documentary filmmaker Michele D’Acosta is seeking to transform the lives of 170 African polio victims who are struggling to stay alive in the former British colony of Sierra Leone. With the help of an international photography competition, D’Acosta’s goal is to bring global attention to the desperate plight of these forgottenContinue reading “EXPOSURE”
Originally posted on IshaiyaFreshlySqueezed:
‘Adoration of the Lamb’ by Jan van Eyck c.1432 The Mystery of the Missing Lamb About two weeks ago now I was perusing the website of a rather wonderful person and fellow blogger called Michele. I came across an article she had written concerning a very famous painting by Renaissance…
Commentary No. 1 “Anguish and grief, like darkness and rain, may be depicted; but gladness and joy, like the rainbow, defy the skill of pen or pencil. – Frederick Douglass. Commentary No. 2 I wander away from the screen Tear holes in the routine. For a brief moment, I have time on my hands. WhereContinue reading “The Nomad Commentaries”
We (as western speakers of indo-european languages ) take as axiomatic that there is one self that is each of us.
“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.
With your innate superiority you carve your God into a mountain. My God is carved on sand and will never know security. If I eat well tonight you will not starve. In June of this year I met a community of polio survivors who live on Pademba Road in Freetown, Sierra Leone. The majority of the menContinue reading “Pademba Road”
This man has polio. This is his home. This is the toilet he shares with more than 200 people. A fellow resident returns home after work. The child of a polio sufferer plays with his ‘toys’. This is how one man walks to work. The Peace Project is helping to transform the lives of thousandsContinue reading “Make Peace”
In addition to my ongoing work in Sierra Leone with The Peace Project I’ve also been approached to make a film about the seminal musician Arthur Brown. If you’re thinking Arthur who?… then check out this teaser trailer I’ve just put together about the self-styled God of Hellfire. In the film Arthur actually catches fire,Continue reading “Original Shock Rocker ARTHUR BROWN”