the stresses of state

1 08 2017

the stresses of state





Suhair Sibai

1 08 2017

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Suhair Sibai. Her work is remarkable. Wonderful. I’m a little gaga over it. Reminds me of Klimt. And Kuris. There are story lines in her paintings. And then there is paint. And a sense of restoration. As if there was a remarkable work being excavated.

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I am Quazimodo…

1 08 2017




Heinrich Maria von Hess (April 19, 1798 – 1863)

1 08 2017

 





Homicide: Now and Then

1 08 2017

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And they slowly slid the knife across his throat V2And The Word Was Made FleshCover for HomicideI wrote this book of prose poems called Homicide: Now and Then, which sounded a bit like a hobby. But it was fun to write. Each poem described an actual murder with some license. Poetic license.   These are illustrations from that ebook. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/27982

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Crowd Noises 3

1 08 2017

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The first book I published was called Crowd Noises. I was heavily influenced at the time by T.S. Eliot and Bob Dylan. I hadn’t as yet discovered Chuck Berry. These illustrations were part of the ebook I published to reintroduce these poems to a yawning public. But my mom liked them.

walkwaySMALLThe Mountain Ship Brings Joy To Our Small CommunitySMALLThe Horror of MemorySMALL

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Crowd Noises 1

1 08 2017

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The first book I published was called Crowd Noises. I was heavily influenced at the time by T.S. Eliot and Bob Dylan. I hadn’t as yet discovered Chuck Berry. These illustrations were part of the ebook I published to reintroduce these poems to a yawning public. But my mom liked them.

Crowd Noises titleSMALL3I should have rip'd out his heartSMHiggs Field2

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