i see where you are going and i like it. i think as a puritanical society, our aesthetics have suffered.
.. i'm hung up as well...
dear lee,i love the way you look, search, think visually.. but also i'm amazed about your texts, they're so poetic and still unpretentious..and i still do not understand HOW did you make it - your blog-list (an aesthetic)?!? that's all real blogs! and good ones, in surplus!.....ps: when i was younger i had a nickname "lee". some of my closest friends still use to call me like that..
These are so great. I'm kind of in the middle of a reboot myself and what you've been posting is really hitting the spot. Keep going!Davidtrumpery.tumblr.com
It never goes away.
I love what you see and how you see them.-N.
the richness of layers of monochrome...washed in natural light.http://rachelwoodmassey.wordpress.com/2009/02/28/collecting-8/
A link to history, a sense of permanency. The idea that you can make an object and it has actual potential to be important, to stick around for many years to come; not to be swept away, made into a fad, or recycled into something kitch. European art is substantial, founded.I love Bernini, especially in the context of the Borghese Gallery - my favorite stop on a 2 month tour of Art & Architecture through Italy.http://www.galleriaborghese.it/borghese/en/eproserp.htmTHANK YOU FOR YOUR BEAUTIFUL & INSPIRING BLOG. IT IS VERY PRETTY, WHAT YOU DO.
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