Deborah Ager founded the poetry magazine known as “32 Poems Magazine”. She has published three books. She was educated at the University of Maryland.
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Andre Krayewski is an artist and Polish expatriate currently residing in Newark, New Jersey in the United States. With a career that spans more than half a century, he continues to masterfully create paintings in his art-deco signature style and in pop art style.
The moon punishes the streets with its sultry glare. She walks down the narrow alleyfollowed by a small-eyed stranger.
“By removing all criteria, we are left with nothing but the market. The opposite of what postmodernism originally intended.”
I see myself not as a photojournalist or “hunter of unique moments”, but as a designer of subtle and exciting realities.
Schwartz is the author of A Jewish Appraisal of Dialogue and Midrash and Working Out Of The Book.
“I am a painter and photographer. Painting gives a lot of energy, but it doesn’t allows you to catch the moment. This is one of the main factor that lead me to the conclusion that I could not be a painter only.”
Linda H.Heuring is an award-winning writer of character-driven short stories. She has given voice to teenage boys, retired school teachers, widows, New York artists, murderesses, men of size, and other diverse characters.
“This is part of my man on the street series usually reserved for men and or women of merit in and around the greater Nashville Metropolitan area. Today I am talking to a legend… a myth rather… an out and out outlaw.”
“Who is the small, greenish girl? I feel the back of her head where the scar is still fresh, like a tiny ridge running down the back of her fragile skull.”
The author calls them “negation of conventional reality” and You could not agree more. We are contemplating here the new worlds and altered realities in its most powerful form – visual one.
On the beginning there was a desert. Then courageous men arrived to build the cities of light among the golden desert dunes. They called the city Dubai once. Today Rob Work is documenting its splendor and greed of light.
“This film is pretty to watch. As previously mentioned this film is best presented to a class of fifth graders. They have no jobs to go to, no bills to pay, no groceries to buy, and no perspective based in realism.”
His artwork here can be divided into three expressive forms — illustrations, drawings and comic-books. Dan Lish knows how to display images of modern urban spaces life of big metropolitan cities, in which the streets are filled with ubiquitous black music.
There is something very inspiring and invigorating about creative photography. Its most important attribute is imagination.
The revolution in the world of sculpture which began in 1917, hasn’t finished yet. The modern sculptorers or visual artists seem to proclaim that “each thing is a sculpture”.
Filmed on five continents, featuring cities such as New York, Cape Town, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Tokyo, Berlin and Sao Paulo, Bomb It explores the interplay between worldwide graffiti movements, the global proliferation of “Quality of Life” laws, and the fight for control over public space.
“it just occurred to me that even though I live in ‘Music City U.S.A.’ I have brought you very little in the world of music. Almost everyone in this city either is directly involved in some way or knows someone who is. We all have demo albums and we all play guitar. In fact many national acts will not come play our town because Nashville audiences are notoriously hard to impress. Half the people in the crowd can pick up any instrument on stage and give a comparable performance.”