Monthly Archives: November 2010

3ooo Year Old To Do List

The archaic style of Chinese painting is famously reviewed  by Chao Meng Fu in the 13 c  by the creation of his painting Autumn Colors and relating a very eccentric reinterpreting of a 5th c paintings on the same subject of autumn colors and mountains that from these times removed by some 7 centuries were [...]

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Goods For Goldworthy Past Homeless Paintings and Retrosense

Berenson’s startling observation, particularly from out of such a past time that paintings going into private collections became “homeless” ( by passing from public view) brings me to a review of Heraclitus similar ‘ offering of view into cultural commerce:” fire is requital: goods for gold and gold for good,’… fire for the Greek  a [...]

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Nisan’s Dot Upended a Couple States Away Times Square

The Characteristic long, flat dot on a lateral axis of the Chinese Landscape painter Nisan of the Yuan Dynasty made it’s way into so many other painters assimilation that it has a kind of Confucian portability, like Confucious’ invention of public education. The fact that Chinese painters could be identified with a single quality in [...]

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Manhattan Haiou

This drawing is like like sections of step pyramids from different sidesof the world spliced together. I believe there is a subconscious combining in this picture of the step pyramid on  one hand experienced in my childhood living in Hawaii and encountering the temple or haiou of King Kameahameha  master of mayhem at Kawaihai on [...]

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Post Adopting Modes and Past Adapting Images

Between fail safe and unease often culturization exists   so that the imagination can construct a creative climate. Abstraction in art for example waylays anxiety of the odds and ends of cultural commerce  in stasis rather than optimal to flux. This process visualizes touching upon  a core identification now made closer to the  mysteries… On the [...]

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