Leslie Avon Miller

Sep 14

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Sep 11

cobaltika:

Amélie Desjardins
Thompson Landry Gallery

cobaltika:

Amélie Desjardins

Thompson Landry Gallery

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artpropelled:

curled gum leaf (by sue.h)

artpropelled:

curled gum leaf (by sue.h)

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vjeranski:

Automatic Drawings, 1950
Ellsworth Kelly 

vjeranski:

Automatic Drawings, 1950

Ellsworth Kelly 

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annsymes:

Ann Symes. New handmade paper bowls for Lingwood Samuel Gallery, Godalming.

annsymes:

Ann Symes. New handmade paper bowls for Lingwood Samuel Gallery, Godalming.

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“Drawing takes time. A line has time in it” — David Hockney (via bentmaze)

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“It doesn’t have to be
the blue iris, it could be
weeds in a vacant lot, or a few
small stones; just
pay attention, then patch
a few words together and don’t try
to make them elaborate, this isn’t
a contest but the doorway
into thanks, and a silence in which
another voice may speak.” — Mary Oliver (via jennifercoynequdeen)

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Sep 09

“You ever look up from some lonely beach
and see a far schooner? Well, when I write
this poem, each phrase go be soaked in salt;
I go draw and knot every line as tight
as ropes in this rigging; in simple speech
my common language go be the wind,
my pages the sails of the schooner Flight.” — Derek Walcott, from section 1 “Adios, Carenage” of “The Schooner Flight,” Poems 1965-1980 (Jonathan Cape, 1980)

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