I've posted "A Girl Can Dream", a poem that first appeared as part of the Image-ine series at TweetSpeakPoetry. The poem is inspired by Nicola Slattery's painting "Red Shoes".
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Today's post is another in an occasional series presenting something you might not know about poets or poetry.
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The Thought for the Day is a quote by painter Carmen Herrera.
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My poem "A Ladder Our Boat", inspired by Holly Friesen's painting "Warrior Canoe", appears today for Image-ine at TweetSpeakPoetry, the T.S. Poetry blog:
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Today begins the first of a series of posts in which I share by conversations by e-mail with artist Walt Pascoe:
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Today's post profiles expressionist painter and master printmaker James Lavadour, who co-founded the nonprofit Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts.
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Posted 'What Girls in a Poppy Field Know', inspired by Canadian painter Edmund Montague Morris's painting 'Girls in a Poppy Field', and dedicated to my father and all veterans whose memory we honor:
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I've posted a new poem for fall,"In Season", inspired by and dedicated to painter Holly Friesen.
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In today's post, Monday Muse looks at British poets' contributions for "Metamorphosis: Poems Inspired by Titian", commissioned for a National Gallery London exhibition of Titian's works and published this past June by National Gallery Co.
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I've posted a brief feature on painter Reinoud van Vught and a link to a talk he gave about his creative process and looking at, thinking about, and understanding art.
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Today's quote is by painter Agnes Martin:
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Today's poem, "The Innocence of Trees", is inspired by commentary about the painter Agnes Martin and her grids. The title is taken from a quote by Martin of how she came to create her grid paintings.
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A quote of the late artist Dorothea Tanning is Sunday's Thought for the Day.
I've included a video of a selection of Tanning's artwork.
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I've posted a new poem, "Diagnosis", for my friend and a brilliant artist Walt Pascoe.
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For those who might have missed the news, the Clyfford Still Museum opened in Denver, Colorado, November 18. I've posted a video preview of the museum and an excerpt from a new one-hour documentary about the abstract artist.
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A brief feature on the nature- and folk-inspired art of Rogene Manas is posted.
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Perhaps you've heard of the "mini Monet"? He's not yet nine and his exhibitions sell out. He's painter Kieron Williamson and today's Wednesday Wonder.
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Washington, D.C., area native Alexa Meade painters on live models and pre-constructed sets and then photographs what she's created, producing a new artwork. Her talent is extraordinary and has brought her international fame. See the demonstration video in my post today and be amazed.
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My new poem "Bill of Goods" is inspired by a Thomas Satterwhite Noble painting, "The Last Sale of Sales", and the interesting story behind it.
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