Sharon’s Mona Lisa
When an artist lives totally in their mind and not in the world that they’re recreating through their eyes, the art suffers lack of completion. Simple observation is insufficient to complete the task. Interaction is key. ~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight
Animalia I do not eat that which I am. That my family did so before me and taught me to do the same by feeding me myself proves the human nature of following the leader. Proves the perversity of nature. That African peoples, island peoples, indigenous peoples still today have not woken up to their […]
Returning home from a long walk to and from the local stores to stock my pantry pre-Christmas, as I entered my building and rounded the corner to the elevators I saw this little ceramic guy bending toward me, looked like a King or something. Behind him stood a holiday bag, not new, but still fine […]
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‘Significant amounts of water’ found in Mars’ massive version of the Grand Canyon By Ashley Strickland, CNN Updated 4:13 PM ET, Thu December 16, 2021 (CNN)Mars has its own version of the Grand Canyon, and scientists have learned?this dramatic feature is home to “significant…
by Delight Soy Lily’s Kitchen, New York City
Ever notice that dogs don’t startle much? The neighborhood is getting ready early for Halloween. Steve takes Lilly for a walk to the vet. It’s in the neighborhood and he wanted to re-familiarize her for the shots she’s getting next week and to weigh her. She lost a pound and walked in like she owned […]
The Birth Of The Seed Crisp lines mark the point of juncture superseding parallel forms enveloping new space, playing the role of incubator needed to grow new life within the empty but fertile space, opening briefly to accommodate that which acts as the last connection prior to that birth – the birth of the seed. […]
Look for the faces. Animals. Eyes. Skeletons. WHERE Midnight Rose WALKED IN PEACE – until somebody disturbed her peace.
Can insects communicate with humans, so the human knows what they’re communicating? I open the blinds and there clings an insect to the screen. Big as far as insects I’ve seen go. I stared and the insect stared back. I could sense the insect strategizing as it attempted to slowly move it’s legs. Maybe it […]
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– no tickets for me – already sold out – the cost was probably beyond my means anyway – would’a been nice though – I often thought that’s the way I’d want my art displayed (something like it) – next thing I know, somebody’s doin’ it – SL Visit VAN GOGH MUSEUM Amsterdam, The Netherlands […]
He left his mouthprint on all the pages I’m going to read. This could take me a while. ~ Samuel Joseph Davies-Tight
singing its spring songs all the way to Lilly’s House:
Yes, it’s a fine beer, and made locally, which is extra nice! So what if it’s not October. Fond memories abound. Germany 1968. Tour of Europe. Why October? It was cheaper. Most tourists were gone. Rows of picnic tables outside the backs of restaurants with patrons wanting to eat outside. Sounds like us. Mom and […]
Pearl (Peg) Margaret Davidson Davies Born 17 October 1925. Died 14 October 2016. YOU ALWAYS DID AND ALWAYS WILL MATTER.
FAMOUS CITYSCAPE Constructed by God 2020 The day before Thanksgiving on 25 November 2020 we we’re scheduled for a yearly inspection. It’s always the day before Thanksgiving. Don’t ask me why, except to disrupt poor people the day before a holiday. Make life miserable for the tenants, so they’ll get a job and get out […]
If the Corona/Covid-19 Virus won’t keep us in, the weather will.
Dedicated To Selling Fine Wine @ Reasonable Prices. ALCOHOL BY VOLUME – Clifton Blvd. Cleveland Ohio • ON THE EDGE • So what did Steve end up buying? And how did it taste? It being a Muscadet, it brought back some pleasant memories of our youth. Muscadet was the first non-bubbly serious wine that initiated […]