A small Maria statue in the Antwerp beginage
The stunning Uffizi Gallery in Firenze:
Oslo street art
Not even going to pretend to understand it...
Antwerp street art
This is a picture of my great great grandfather on my mother's side of the family. He was a fisherman. He had commissioned the artist Ciro Cozzolino in Rome, to paint his portrait so he could give it as a wedding gift to my great great grandmother, since he was at sea most of the time. It has been handed down my mother's side of the family and I have it now in my possesion. It is guessed to have been painted around 1900's if not earlier. The artist was born in Italy in 1876 and died in 1946 (age 70). My Great Great grandfather last name was Stein, but that is all I know about him at the moment as my mother and my grandmother didn't know much either. I hope to get it appraised someday soon.
Digital weaving, Oakland, California, USA
"There is nothing as mysterious as a fact clearly described." -- Garry Winogrand (or Lisette Model)
Memorial for the WW2 Polish soldiers, Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh
Claude Monet, The House Among the Roses (1925) seen in the fabulous Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid
Welcome to Mariposa, Ca - this was a mural on the side of a building - that unfortunately fell due to fire that ravaged an historic block.
In January, during a short trip to Paris, I visited the Louvre. Among the many highlights for me were Michelangelo's sculptures know as the Dying Slave
...and the Rebellious Slave
In the V&A museum (London)
Foto exhibition at the Photokina in Köln
Lotus Blossom abstract, by yours truly
In the V&A museum, London
another by yours truly
Mural in a parking garage
Somewhere in Antwerp
A small statue of a miller in the snow
Köln, such a fine statue deserves its own roof
Wood carving in the exquisite choir stalls in Buxheim Cloister