Tag: artist

Hop-Scotching

He was mild in his manner and sound in his ways? Perhaps, but ‘Twas his creative spirit that was worthy of praise from my “Ben” series   via Mild

Stand Terra Firma

  Do not trespass upon my goldmine try to uncover, take or polish my gems. It is my shaft of discovery waiting only for me It is my quarry.   Why attempt to tend, cultivate, till, harvest, tame a terrain not your own? I planted…

Fear of Change

Why, birds, must you be angry? your cawing, dawning, cries on forceful wings with hope of spring your ire, it mystifies Perhaps it is your season call a changing time, alerting so others heed your time of need through winter, disconcerting Lay still your…

Awareness

Day One: It poured on my parade of glee a deluge in my eyes the incidence, no coincidence Lost days, a sad demise. Day Two: Once again the morning comes the sun makes its reprise I leap in joy ’till learnt the ploy in…

One with the World

  My niece, Hannah Hurricane Sanchez, Harmonizes with the world in her artwork. So much talent! Check out her other pieces here.

Woodstock- “To set my soul free”

“By the time we got to Woodstock, we were half a million strong, And everywhere was a song and a celebration. And I dreamed I saw the bomber jet planes riding shotgun in the sky, Turning into butterflies above our nation. We are stardust, we are golden,…

Dead from Heroin overdose at 27

Featured image credit. A friend of mine recently visited The Broad museum in Los Angeles and shared this painting with me. I LOVE IT! So much creativity, this man, Jean-Michel Basquiat, who I shamefully had never heard of, died much too early. Read more about him here.