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Ian Essom

Added by Ian Essom on 7/26/2012 1:04:44 AM
Ian Essom

Ian Essom's Gallery

Added by Ian Essom on 7/26/2012 12:54:45 AM
Ian Essom's Gallery

ACHINOAM NINI - DETAIL GALLERY

Digital portrait inspired by israeli singer Achinoam Nini, also known as Noa. Made with Photoshop and a graphic tablet Intuos A5. More art at: www.danielcayuela.com
Added by Daniel Cayuela on 7/16/2012 3:09:33 AM
ACHINOAM NINI - DETAIL GALLERY

Maiden From Lorraine

Joan of Arc ( Maiden From Lorraine) and her soldiers reach Orleans on 29 April 1429 The city has been besieged for seven months by the English, holding various fortified positions around the town Joan's presence among the French troops - armed like a man, fighting at least as bravely as a man, famous already as possessing special powers - proves as demoralizing to the English as it is exhilarating for the French One by one the English positions fall By May their army is in full retreat from Orleans They withdraw to three other towns on the Loire, where they await reinforcements The French have driven the English from one of the three towns when reinforcements arrive in mid-June - 5000 men under the command of Sir John Fastolf. With Joan's encouragement (and the advantage of a larger army) the French overwhelm this English force at Patay Maiden from Lorraine -Joan of Arc was an Inspirational Bravery - by Kiddolucaslee *Dreamares of Kiddolucaslee...Trance-Hypnotic abstract
Added by Kiddolucaslee on 7/2/2012 9:02:33 AM
Maiden From Lorraine

The Old World

Dear New World, Life here is perhaps as you remember. Garlic cloves are still nailed above Grandmother's sick bed, both equally dried and pungent. The youngest is still given to fits, gabbling in the darkness of the coal cellar, a belt cinched around his head. Inquiries have been made to the lay brothers regarding a future position for him within the Order. Yes, life is mostly the same: little changes, and change is little. The Laird still rides to the hounds, marauding fox, fen, and convent alike. Gypsy caravans still shelter in the forest, tinkering copper pots and causing an abundance of runaways and two-headed calves. The poets, as usual, drape themselves across the gravestones, mewing flirtatious threats towards their intended. Yes, yes, and yes, there are still dragons, bears and boars. Pestilence, Death, and Pride, as always, walk upon two legs. During the rainy years, saints and devils crop up alongside the ergot. Drafty chinks in the wattle are stopped up with dung, and, of course, there's never a shortage of drafts or dung. Yes, there are still witches, idiots, cudgels, infidels, St. Vitus' dance, and maypoles. The Blind still lead the Naked, a one-eyed King rules both, and all eat blackbird pie. Don't laugh, New World. Tradition is capable of crossing any ocean, and here, such lessons are still taken seriously. Sincerely, The Old World -Poem by Tobias Seamon *Painting by Kiddolucaslee
Added by Kiddolucaslee on 7/2/2012 8:49:44 AM
The Old World

Petra Valouchova's Paintings

Added by Petra Valouchova on 7/2/2012 3:43:10 AM
Petra Valouchova's Paintings
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