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Variations on a Hanaci Girl

It’s often interesting to see an artist’s early work. This one, by Gustav Klimt, caught and held my attention. It’s called “Study of the Head of a Hanaci Girl” (c1883) (Appendix I) and variations on that theme, such as “Head Study of a Girl von Hana.” So of course I had to try a couple collage-style variations on the theme.

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The Quinces Again, A Pile of French Novels, and Other Rainy Day Pursuits

I could not seem to leave van Gogh’s Quinces alone, particularly after my friend Curt* alerted me to abstracts by Serge Poliakoff. I intended to do more with the Quince collage above, but a Poliakoff cut-out admonished me that it wished to stand alone.

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Autumn Walks at Innisfree Garden

8 IMG_0044_edited-1The photographs were taken on walks at Innisfree Garden, October 7 and 11, 2015. I’ll be offline more than on for several days. I look forward to hearing from anyone who happens by, though I may be delayed in responding to comments. Continue reading