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The Rhythm Of Life   Leave a comment

IBC Abstract IIThe Rhythm of Life — Abstract Art  by kenne

The rhythm of life,

you don’t have to see it,

you don’t have to hear it

if you feel the beat

the rhythm of life

is the sound of silence.

–kenne

Luminous Abstract Art In Blue   2 comments

Abstract Art III blogLuminous Abstract Art in Blue by kenne

Continuing the theme in blue on this Sunday morning, I share this jazzy version of Gershwin’s, “Rhapsody in Blue” by the Ted Rosenthal Trio. A perfect followup after a morning walk in the desert — so soothing and jazzy! After listening, sit back and savor the music of the void.

— kenne

Rhapsody in Gershwin

Another World   Leave a comment

Turkey Creek TrailAnother World — Computer Painting by kenne

I seek to better understand the world around me by distorting it.

— kenne

. . . ?   Leave a comment

Untitled — Computer Art by kenne
(First posted, October 2008)

. . . ?

coffee
dripping
honey on the muffin

frogs
singing
refuse to jump

blues
crying
heat all around

skins
dragging
drop to show

result
correcting
reset question position

hubble
looking
big-bang theory

verdict
hiding
in fine print

whiskey
swallowing
barely enough

head
watching
monkey on TV

autumn
existing
between hot and cold

high
soaring
broken winged bird

depleted
circling
glass half full

kenne

Abstrack Nature   Leave a comment

Mt. Lemmon TrainAbstract Nature (If you look carefully, this is landscape art.) — Computer art by kenne

On the road in Colorado.

— kenne

 

Soleri Figure Geometriche   1 comment

Arcosanti -1812 art II Soleri Figure Geometriche blogSoleri Figure Geometric — Computer Art by kenne

When Earth’s Last Picture Is Painted

When Earth’s last picture is painted,
And the tubes are twisted and dried,
When the oldest colors have faded,
And the youngest critic has died,
We shall rest, and faith, we shall need it —
Lie down for an eon or two,
‘Till the Master of all good workmen
Shall put us to work anew!

And those that were good shall be happy
They’ll sit in a golden chair;
They’ll splash at a ten-league canvas
With brushes of comet’s hair;
They’ll find real saints to draw from —
Magdalene, Peter, and Paul;
They’ll work for an age at a sitting
And never be tired at all!

And only the Master shall praise us,
And only the Master shall blame;
And no one will work for the money.
No one will work for the fame.
But each for the joy of the working,
And each, in his separate star,
Shall draw the Thing as he sees It.
For the God of Things as They Are!

— Rudyard Kipling

Abstract Art — Girl with Glasses   Leave a comment

girl-eating-abstract-art-blog“Girl with Glasses” — Abstract Art by kenne

Some day  are blurry

Not clear but full of colors

I see much better.

— kenne

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