Tuesday, May 13, 2014

homage to Helen


This is simply the work of nature on a stone wall.  It's abstract appearance though made me think of Helen Frankenthaler... one of my favorite artists.



Well at last I have returned from my road trip to the Swiss and Italian Alps.  Now to start catching up !

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  1. Il est vrai que parfois la nature prend des chemins étonnamment artistiques! Et c'est à l'artiste de les repérer, là où d'autres ne voient que dégradation...

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    1. Elizabeth dirait: "la nature est épatante". (Moi aussi.)

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  2. Yay, nice to see you back Stuart, hope you had a fab break. Just been catching up on your last posts, the wisteria in last shot is deeeevine :) and what a come back image above, mother nature at her artistic best, nice one !

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    1. Hey, thanks, it's good to be back. Now I can get some rest from the vacation from retirement.

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  3. i like it, i see ladies dancing in long flowy dresses! welcome home...sounds like a fab trip!

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    1. Thanks, Tanya. You are visionary. I didn't see that but I do now. The trip was great.

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  4. well spotted Stuart, Love the colors. V

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    1. Merci, Virginie. I wish I could take credit for the colors.

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  5. Entirely different. The effect is pleasant.

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    1. I do tend to see things differently.

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  6. It's a natural art work, well captured!

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    1. Is this how Abstract Expressionism started ?!

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  7. Good eye! And I loved you wisteria yesterday! Hope you had a great time in Italy, better than mine!

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    1. Oh no, I'm sorry you did not have a great time... we certainly did. And thanks for appreciating the wisteria as much as I do. A+

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  8. hmm, I see a dancing fountain. now will have to look up this Helen's art.

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