For Cee this week – a favorite mural.
We welcome another guest blogger this week, Miriam of The Showers of Blessings. She suggests we find reflections to share. Believe it or not, but I found myself in some of mine…even though I never do selfies. Reflect upon your present blessings — of which every man has many — not on your past misfortunes, […]Read Post ›
For Cee this week:
For Cee this Tuesday – ”K” Yayoi Kusama and her polka dots. Black. From a Louisiana exhibition in Denmark.
In the header, the Orbeliani bathhouse, Tbilisi. According to the legend, the king of ancient Iberia, Vakhtang I Gorgasali, (5th C) once hunted in the forests near the first capital of Georgia – Mtskheta. After some time, he saw a pheasant, then shot and killed the bird. The king sent his falcon to find the […]Read Post ›
This is Pur Pur, another magical restaurant In Tbilisi, Georgia. A bit hard to find though – in the middle of this big construction site called – Tbilisi. Luckily there were some signs on the way… …so, finally we found Pur Pur, in the old town area. Resting close to a peaceful park – – […]Read Post ›
I prefer the mystic clouds of nostalgia to the real thing, to be honest. – Robert Wyatt Tina is hosting this week, and she wants us to be Nostalgic. This is a feeling that easily comes to me, touches me, just like tears do. Nostalgia is such a unique phenomenon because it fuses both positive […]Read Post ›
Fabrika, Tbilisi, ”Once a soviet sewing factory, has been revived and transformed into a multi-functional urban space bringing together enthusiastic individuals ready to stretch their minds with new exhilarating experiences.” This is how this urban hot spot describes itself to potential visitors – let’s have a look! ”With its striking “old-meets-new” attitude, Fabrika oozes genuinely […]Read Post ›
It makes no difference whether a work is naturalistic or abstract; every visual expression follows the same fundamental laws. – Hans Hofmann Patti is asking us to go Abstract – ”relating to or denoting art that does not attempt to represent external reality, but rather seeks to achieve its effect using shapes, colours, and textures.” Over […]Read Post ›
Tuesday Photo Challenge – Peace Non-Violence is a bronze sculpture by Swedish artist Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd of an oversized Colt Python.357 Magnum revolver with a knotted barrel and the muzzle pointing upwards. Carl R. made this sculpture after singer, songwriter and peace activist John Lennon was murdered. There are currently 16 copies of the sculpture around […]Read Post ›