Monthly Archives: August 2020

Wandering in Woodacre – 1 September 2020

Greeting September Below – Alain Amar: “Walking on the sea a white september morning” Art for September – Erik Werenskiold: “September” Musings in September: Dominic Riccitello “I used to love September, but now it just rhymes with remember.” Below – … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 31 August 2020

Contemporary French Art – Helene Vallas Below (photographs) – “Quiet Life”; “Take me away!”; “Carousel in Paris”; “Deep in the woods”; “I’m looking for you”; “The colors of dream!.” This Date in Literary History: Died August 1986 – Elizabeth Coatsworth, … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 30 August 2020

This Date in Art History: Born 30 August 1852 – J. Alden Weir, an American painter: Part I of II. Below – “The Red Bridge”; “Afternoon by the Pond”; “Midday”; “The Lace Maker”; “The Letter”; “On the Shore.” This Date … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 29 August 2020

This Date in Art History: Born 29 August 1780 – Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, a French painter and illustrator. Below – “Oedipus and the Sphinx”; “Virgil Reading The Aeneid before Augustus”; “The Princesse de Broglie”; “The Grande Baigneuse”; “The Envoys of Agamemnon”; … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 28 August 2020

This Date in Art History: Born 28 August 1833 – Edward Burne-Jones, an English artist associated with the Pre-Raphaelite movement. Below – “The Rose Bower”; “The Last Sleep of Arthur”; “Sidonia von Borcke”; “The Golden Stairs”; “The Mill”; “The Heart … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 27 August 2020

Contemporary Hong Kong Art – Kanny Yeung Below – “Just turn right and keep going”; “The depth that contains it all”; “Feel the spray”; “The past reflects eternally between two mirrors”; “This is glacier water”; “Harmony.” A Poem for Today … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 26 August 2020

Contemporary Norwegian Art – June Sira Below – “The Veil”; “Girl Dreaming”; “Dusk”; “A Nest of Pillows”; “A Girl With Flowers On Her Dress”; “Girl, Wind, Water.” A Poem for Today “Abandoned Farmhouse” by Ted Kooser He was a big … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 25 August 2020

Contemporary Belarusian Painting: Sviatlana Vetrava Below – “Lights”; “A Squirrel”; “Green Monkey”; “Latvia, 03.2029 N 01”; “Umbrella left”; “Autumn Mood.” Musings in Summer: Truman Capote, an American novelist, playwright, and screenwriter – died 25 August 1984. “Home is where you … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 24 August 2020

Contemporary Dutch Art – Danielle Davidson Below – “Evanesce/Verviegen”; “Do you still believe in love?”; “Walkaway/weglopend”; “Playing with Space”; “Did we meet before?”; “Hyenas passing by.” A Poem for Today “The Wading Pool” by George Bilgere The toddlers in their … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 23 August 2020

Contemporary Canadian Art – Dina Goldstein Below (photographs) – “Cinder Special Edition #7/20”; “Buy Stuff”; “Fresh Air Corp.”; “Memory World”; “Revenge Agency”; “Instaworld.” This Date in Literary History: Born 23 August 1884 – Will Cuppy, an American humorist, satirist, literary … Continue reading

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