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Old 06-19-2016   #21
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Your fall should be like the fall of mountains. But I was before mountains. I was in the beginning, and shall be forever. The first and the last. The world come full circle. I am not the wheel. I am the hand that turns the wheel. I am Time, the Destroyer. I was the wind and the stars before this. Before planets. Before heaven and hell. And when all is done, I will be wind again, to blow this world as dust back into endless space. To me the coming and going of Man is as nothing.
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Andrew Wyeth
His color palette reminds me of Alex Colville. Though instead of silence, his painting evokes austerity in landscape and human.
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Austerity that promotes anxiety.

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Put your faith in death, because it's free.
If you believe in nothing, honey, it believes in you.
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Bruegel The Elder
The Triumph of Death

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Re: Impressive Artworks

I attended a Kazimir Malevich exhibition in Buenos Aires last Sunday.




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I'm jealous I think White on White would make a bigger impression though. Especially the faded 1918 one.


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Re: Impressive Artworks

Augusto Ferrer-Dalmau Nieto
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Nathan Reidt Instagram

an artist from Detroit, he uses mechanical pencil and graphite to draw these fantastical creatures. They all have peculiar dreamy look in their eyes.
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I've been looking over the artwork of Hannes Binder, a Swiss painter and illustrator:

hannes binder - Google Search

Most of the books he has illustrated are difficult to find in the USA. I've been scouring the internet for an affordable copy of Um Mitternacht ("Around Midnight"), regardless of it remaining untranslated into English.
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