3 lovers, a cat, and a potato

16 12 2015

3 lovers, a cat, and a potatoby David Halliday





Jeannette Woitzik

16 12 2015





Gerard Bertram

16 12 2015

Bertram’s work is very interesting.





Erwan Le Vourch

16 12 2015

Le Vourch





Van Gogh’s billiard room

16 12 2015





Van Gogh’s bedroom…

16 12 2015





Karina Marandzhjan

16 12 2015





Barry Kite

16 12 2015

This is what was written about Barry Kite:

‘After receiving his B.F.A. in film from UCLA, Chicago-born Barry Kite spent the next five years traveling overseas. Returning to the San Francisco Bay area, he wrote and performed his own style of surreal poetry in local coffee houses. Renewing his interest in collage, he combined photographic and hand-coloring techniques to create the foundation of his current work.’

The guy is a self-starter, free enterpriser. And he’s fun.





Church Street is Burning

16 12 2015

A finalist in the 2003 Eppie Best Poetry Collection, Church Street Is Burning, in illustrations, short stories, and poems, tells the story of the poet as a young man. Lost. Abandoned by the woman he loved. Bewitched by the street he lives on. Forgotten by his God. Searching for some rational order in a world fallen on its side. And leaking.





Bucaille’s work.

16 12 2015

Bucaille’s work.