31 Mar 2011

I'll tell you the story....................



I'll tell you the story of Cloony the Clown
Who worked in a circus that came through town.
His shoes were too big and his hat was too small,
But he just wasn't, just wasn't funny at all.

...He had a trombone to play loud silly tunes,
He had a green dog and a thousand balloons.
He was floppy and sloppy and skinny and tall,
But he just wasn't, just wasn't funny at all.

And every time he did a trick,
Everyone felt a little sick.
And every time he told a joke,
Folks sighed as if their hearts were broke.
And every time he lost a shoe,
Everyone looked awfully blue.

25 Mar 2011

Gottfried Helnwein

He has worked as a painter, draftsman, photographer, muralist, sculptor, installation- and performance artist, using a wide variety of techniques and media.
His early work consists mainly of hyper-realistic watercolors, depicting wounded children, as well as performances - often with children - in public spaces. Helnwein is concerned primarily with psychological and sociological anxiety, historical issues and political topics. As a result of this, his work is often considered provocative and controversial.
Viennese-born Helnwein is part of a tradition going back to the 18th century, to which

Amazing Drawings, Oil Paintings and Portraits



When you love you............

When you love you must either,
in your reasonings about that love,
start from what is highest,
from what is more important
...than happiness or unhappiness,
sin or virtue in their accepted meaning,
or you must not reason at all.

Anja Buhrer

Amazing works of conceptual photography from the photographer Anja Buhrer.  Anja is a female photographer from Germany.  Conceptual photography is a genre in which the artists makes a photograph of a concept or idea.  Usually the conception of the idea precedes the realization of the photography. 

Ishtar Alabina - -Shir Ha Keshet-

video

Bir giden mi var....

video

24 Mar 2011

no to violence against women

Violence against Women

Violence against women and girls is one of the most widespread violations of human rights. It can include physical, sexual, psychological and economic abuse, and it cuts across boundaries of age, race, culture, wealth and geography. It takes place in the home, on the streets, in schools, the workplace, in farm fields, refugee camps, during conflicts and crises. It has many manifestations — from the most universally prevalent forms of domestic and sexual violence, to harmful practices, abuse during pregnancy, so-called honour killings and other types of femicide.
International and regional legal instruments have clarified obligations of States to prevent, eradicate and punish violence against women and girls. The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW)

Federico Erra Photography



22 Mar 2011

Andy Short

I was Born in Caerphilly, just outside the Capital of Wales in 1965.
I began studying art quite late in life, my first attempt at a painting was in 2003. I loved the old masters, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Titian etc. My art life began with developing the traditional elements of painting that have almost been lost to modern art.

18 Mar 2011

Candle is not easy to be. Light to dish out, before the need to burn....

Japan Tsunami

In 1 of 20 unforgettable pictures of Japan's tsunami aftermath chosen by National Geographic photo editors, rescue team members carry the body of a man through splintered remains of the village of Saito on Monday.
The town is just one of many nearly erased from Japan's northeastern coast, where water, electricity, and telecommunications are largely unavailable.
As of Monday an estimated 350,000 people are reportedly homeless in the wake of Friday's magnitude 8.9 earthquake—Japan's biggest on record. According to the police chief of hard-hit Miyagi Prefecture, at least 10,000 are dead, the Washington Post reported.
Meanwhile, Tuesday morning (local time) brought fresh cause for concern from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, where emergency efforts to use seawater to cool one of three malfunctioning nuclear reactors failed temporarily, the New York Times reported. As water levels dipped, fuel rods were likely exposed to air, increasing the chances of melting—and of a catastrophic meltdown.
Add to this the threat of further earthquakes—the U.S. Geological Survey registered nearly a hundred aftershocks on Sunday alone—and, for now, there seems to be little light at the end of what Prime Minister Naoto Kan has called Japan's "worst crisis since World War II."

A mother tries to talk to her daughter, who has been isolated due to signs of radiation at a makeshift facility in Nihonmatsu, Japan, on March 14. The daughter is among people evacuated from the vicinity of Fukushima's damaged nuclear plants.

A tsunami-tossed boat rests on top of a building amid a sea of debris in Otsuchi, Iwate Prefecture,

A tsunami wave crashes over a street in Miyako City, Iwate Prefecture, in northeastern


A survivor walks his bicycle through the remains of the devastated Japanese town of Otsuchi on March 14.
Swaddled in blankets, evacuated tsunami survivors try to keep warm in a Japanese Red Cross hospital on March 13.

A boy walks past vehicles damaged by the Japan earthquake and tsunami in Tagajo

People search through debris at the Sendai airport on March 14, days after an earthquake-triggered tsunami left the Japanese city in ruins.

A survivor of the recent Japan earthquake reads a list of other survivors in a shelter in Iwate Prefecture on March 13.

A woman mourns the devastation of Natori, Miyagi Prefecture

An emergency worker throws disinfectant powder on the ground around earthquake-damaged buildings in Iwate Prefecture, Japan, on March 14

Flames and smoke billow from a petroleum-refining plant damaged by the Japan earthquake in Shiogama

The hand of a man killed by the Japan earthquake juts out of jumbled concrete sea barriers

Rescue workers search for Japan earthquake victims amid shattered houses in Tamura, Iwate Prefecture

A rescue worker surveys the devastation on March 14 in the Japanese village of Saito, which was leveled by the earthquake-triggered tsunami.

Coated with mud, a photo album lies amid debris in the earthquake-ravaged town of Natori

A lone vehicle passes a train overpass mangled by the recent earthquake in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, on March 12

Tsunami survivors embrace to celebrate being alive in the destroyed city of Kesennuma,

On March 13 rescue workers approach Hiromitsu Shinkawa, a 60-year-old man from Japan's Minamisoma City who washed out to sea during the recent tsunami and spent days clinging to a piece of roofing.

16 Mar 2011

Looking deep .......

Looking deep within to find that place of peace
Opening up your heart to expose nothing but the truth
Vulnerable feelings flow as you find out more and more
Every day a challenge as another layer removed
Love yourself finally has meaning
Owning your destiny finally makes sense
Voids finally fulfilled with feelings of acceptance
Each day is a journey of seeking our inner peace.
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