Monthly Archives: April 2014

The noblest pleasure is the joy of understanding. ~Leonardo da Vinci

Originally posted on Abstract Art by Omaste Witkowski:
Wisdom and Understanding Woven Into Surrounding Desire Our Magnificence Allowing Natures Delight Understanding Novel Desires Elevates Radiant Saturation Towards Artistic Natural Dreams Inviting Nearing Gratitude ?

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“We have art in order not to…”

Originally posted on Art of Quotation:
“We have art in order not to perish of truth.” – Friedrich Nietzsche, philosopher, author, composer

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Colorado Front Range Farming

Originally posted on Striking Photography by Bo:
? Early morning springtime scenic landscape view of a country red barn and tractor with the majestic snow capped Rocky Mountains front range towering in the background.   Colorado is home to towering mountains…

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Man never made any material as resilient as the human spirit. ~Bernard Williams

Originally posted on Abstract Art by Omaste Witkowski:
Great Spirit Abstract Pattern Artwork I see many spirited forms here and each one has an energy to express. In individual form these beings are vivid and full of spirit. Taken together…

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Orange Ya Glad….

Originally posted on Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings:
? This will be my last Stone Rock’d fish for a long while!  Aren’t you glad?  It’s been awfully fishy around this blog and I’ve got a hankering to get my hands…

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It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see. ~ Henry David Thoreau

Originally posted on Abstract Art by Omaste Witkowski:
Diamond in the Rough I am having a fiery vision of creation here in this abstract digital artwork. I see the cool blue of the center as new birth of life into…

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“Los dueños”

Originally posted on GUIDO MONTAÑÉS PHOTOGRAPHY:
Prints for sale online

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