had a look to her website and liked her fine work...
Vesica Piscis: 36x48 Oil and gold leaf on canvas
The Golden Mean Spiral And Vesica Piscis-Progression
Oil on canvas 40x108
... but see and read more at WebUrbanists, with an extensive and rich commentary,
as usual !
(Student film sent by Pat Terlizzi)
As a matter of fact, the music is from Guem's Le Serpent
(The Snake). I knew him in the 70th as the Zaka Percussion's
leader, at the American Center, and I still have pics of them
in my records.
This is the latter Guem, but I remember the former Guem acting exactly
the same... in 1978.
Giorgio Vasari seems to have been right when, in 1550,
he called La Gioconda "Lisa Gherardini del Giocondo",
wife of Francesco del Giocondo.
According to some 1503 records found at the Heidelberg
University by Armin Schlechter, Mona Lisa identity
is eventually confirmed.
Leonardo da Vinci, La Joconde,
77x53cm - Paris, Musée du Louvre.
But the mistery still seems unfolded...
... following a Feb 3/2011 update :
Italian researchers who specialise in resolving art mysteries, pretend the disputed identity
of the model for Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa... was a man.
Suppositions on a film concerning Dylan.
(Todd Haynes, 2007)
Bob Dylan's life burst open through...
Marcus Carl Franklin /Woody Guthrie (this boy got a future)
Cate Blanchett /Jude Quinn (the gal is a chameleon!)
Christian Bale /Jack Rollins
Heath Ledger /Robbie Clark
Ben Whishaw /Arthur Rimbaud (because "Je est un autre")
Richard Gere /Billy the Kid (gosh, such an icon has nothing to do there, even as Billy the Kid)
Prodi : "L'emergenza rifiuti è una vergogna..."
Mais entretemps un autre ferry-poubelle est parti pour Olbia (Sardaigne) où l'accueil sera
sans doute aussi chaleureux qu'à Cagliari et un autre chargement est prévu vers la Sicile.
A Cagliari, les opposants à ce type de livraison ont assiège toute la nuit la villa du président
de la Région autonome sarde, Renato Soru, qui affirme ne pas avoir eu peur.
Je suppose toutefois qu'il a eu chaud...
... because a friend's friend invited an Inuit family to spend 1 month in Paris.
The two daughters will probably sing traditional throat songs, katadjak, in my fief,
maybe at "La Locandiera" (145, rue Oberkampf, Paris XI) - If it snows...
which is possible this winter.
Katadjak, or throat-singing, is a form of vocal-verbal art common to many (but not all)
Inuit (Eskimo) cultures.
Inuit throat-singing is done in the following way (click...).