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Small Flies and Other Wings

Written for: dVerse Poets Pub (posted by Laura) Poetics: The Poet as Painter “The practice of using words to comment on a piece of visual art is an ancient one. One of the earliest and most commonly cited forms of … Continue reading

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Sid Sycamore

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – Prompt #224 – “Paint Me A Picture” “We’ve all heard the phrase, “A picture paints a thousand words.” We as poets know this medium very well. And we know the artistic terms: Portrait, landscape, still … Continue reading

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On Japanese Painting

Written for:  Carpe Diem #1155 Sumi-e, the Japanese Way of Painting (2) In landscape painting the scenes depicted are typically imaginary, or very loose adaptations of actual views. Mountain landscapes are by far the most common, often evoking particular areas … Continue reading

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