Tag: paintings

The Alliance

“If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.” ― Mother Teresa   A collage of my some of my paintings made with photoshop.

Set to Square

My Frigidaire’s in disrepair the water’s leaking everywhere My husband, well, he’s unaware He’s napping in his underwear. I tell myself, “do not despair.” There must be food I can prepare something fresh, a peach or pear? Poor Fridge, it’s had it’s wear and tear… Continue Reading “Set to Square”

Not All Noise Hurts

  But if you prefer silence …     image credit of snail image credit of children laughing image credit of carousel image credit of Preservation Hall image credit of waterfall   via Noise

Who’s Who?

I sit on the end of the bench away from you I don’t need your lecture about what to wear what friends to choose how to sit properly how to conduct myself in public. I am fine the way I am, thank you. Besides,… Continue Reading “Who’s Who?”

How Did I Miss This?

I love works of art. Possibly because I’m not very good at it. Yes, I know the basics but, for some reason, I never seem to buy the right canvas. (wink) We all know of Vermeer’s “Girl with the Pearl Earring.” But today, I… Continue Reading “How Did I Miss This?”

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

The Puzzler

She puzzled and puzzled till her puzzler was sore She walked down the hallway and opened the door And to her amazement guess what she saw? The sky? The trees? No, not that at all! But pieces of colors all shades and all hues obstructing her vision… Continue Reading “The Puzzler”

Tethering to Glory

In the arms of a rope:   I”d tether to the glory of lily fields and daffodils on wings of whip-poor-wills in flight toward the moon’s calm light   I’d gather all the wisdom known with loosened knots, embrace the thoughts allowing plots of… Continue Reading “Tethering to Glory”

The Recycling of Dead People

Perhaps, with a droll sense of humor, you will chuckle to learn what French artist Martin Drolling used to make Mummy Brown. “Art historians believe he used the remains of French kings disinterred from the royal abbey of St. Denis in Paris” to create… Continue Reading “The Recycling of Dead People”

Get Rid and Live

Once you get rid of the riffraff, the world is calm and beautiful. I created this image by merging two of my paintings via photoshop. daily word press prompt: via Riff