“You cannot define electricity. The same can be said of art. It is a kind of inner current in a human being, or something which needs no definition.”

How interesting these quotes are..

Art of Quotation

“You cannot define electricity. The same can be said of art. It is a kind of inner current in a human being, or something which needs no definition.”

— Marcel Duchamp, French, painter, sculptor, conceptual artist


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“What garlic is to salad, insanity is to art.”

I am amazed at sculpturers..

Art of Quotation

“What garlic is to salad, insanity is to art.”

― Augustus Saint-Gaudens, American, sculptor, Irish-born, American


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This is SO exciting…6 pictures — Rethinking Life

I just got my mail and the amazing prize from VIOLETS VEGAN COMICS arrived!! It’s even better than I expected, in other words, it’s the most wonderful journal EVER! Not only did I win this fantastic book but she enclosed a variety of amazing postcards which I will pass out to my library and other […]

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Hi Sweet Friends.. just a little hello and for you to take a look at my new blog — Sherri Of Palm Springs

http://www.sherrispenthouseofshopping.com/ It is I think so pretty, I hope you all like it. Sherri

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I THINK OF YOU — Where Words Daily Come Alive

The sun is bright the leaves are green, I think of you always the lone vision in my Dreams I hear your voice alive within soft and sweet, I think of you quietly as our eyes now meet You say you love me I say it too, I think of you, a thought not blue…I […]

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Underpaid Elderly Artisans

Photographer Taha Ahmad is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography. From his project ‘Swan Song of the Badlas ‘. For Taha’s Timeline click on any image. Mukaish Badla is a form of embroidery, which at its peak in the 18th century, flourished in the Indian city […]

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