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Lemon Tree Blossom   Leave a comment

Lemon Blossom-1478 II blogLemon Tree Blossom — Computer Art by kenne

“True love opens the gates of time.

— Neil Young

Reflections   1 comment

Reflections-1201 III blogReflections — Image by kenne

The empty vase, longing to be filled,
Waits patiently in the sink
For someone to turn on the faucet

The empty vase, full of love
Denies the fact that at this moment
It is just an empty vase

In a land where everyone is an empty vase
It is the human’s job
To hold all the flowers

Even an empty vase
Is fully capable
Of holding its own weight

— from “The Empty Vase” by Scot Warren

Cactus Wren   Leave a comment

cactus-wren-0298-art-blogCactus Wren (Sabino Canyon, December 26, 2016) — Image by kenne

“Everyone likes birds.
What wild creature is more accessible
to our eyes and ears,
as close to us and everyone in the world,
as universal as a bird?”

— David Attenborough

Thimble Peak   Leave a comment

december-snow_20111215_0859-thimble-peak-blogThimble Peak — Computer Painting by kenne

Art does not reproduce what we see; rather, it makes us see.

— Paul Klee

Dragonflies   2 comments

emporer-dragonflies-mating-1-of-1-ii-blogDragonflies — Image by kenne

What is it about a work of art, even when it is bought and sold in the market, that makes us distinguish it from . . . pure commodities? A work of art is a gift, not a commodity. . . works of art exist simultaneously in two “economies”, a market economy and a gift economy. Only one of these is essential, however: a work of art can survive without the market, but where there is no gift, there is no art.

— Lewis Hyde

Arizona Fleabane Wildflower   Leave a comment

White Mountain Road TripArizona Fleabane Wildflower — Image by kenne

With my image of you

I will always remember you

Eyes like wildflowers.

— kenne

Guided In Art And Thought   Leave a comment

Friday with Friends & Molino Basin to Prison CampBee and Thistle Computer Art by kenne

The first thing he does each morning is look outside

his morning pray without words, a prayer of the senses.

As important as breathing to his being alive, he plans 

his day to include time with nature to give him truth.

These are the times he commits himself to something

absolute — life, to beauty of being guided in art and thought.

— kenne

Happy Birthday, Trudy   Leave a comment


Trudy Lynn (November 24, 2002) — Computer Art by kenne

Two Worlds Upside Down   Leave a comment

Upside down art blogTwo Worlds Upside Down — Computer Art by kenne


Posted January 28, 2016 by kenneturner in Abstract Art, Art, Computer Art, Information

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Balanced Stones Art   2 comments

Balanced Stones (1 of 1)-3 Art blogBalanced Stones Art by kenne



Cooper’s Hawk — Grunge Art   Leave a comment

Milagrosa Loop Hike & Nature Walk-0757 grunge art blogCooper’s Hawk — Grunge Art by kenne

Perched high in the tree

Eyes pierce your very being —

Lasting impression.

— kenne

Cactus Wren — Computer Art II   Leave a comment

Cactus Wren (1 of 1)-5 grunge art blogCactus Wren — Grunge Art by kenne

Today’s cactus wren

Tomorrow’s painting subject —

Latest perspective.

— kenne


Every Thing Has Its Time   1 comment

Bunk House Door(1 of 1) Art blogBunk House Door — Computer Art by kenne

We name time when we say:

every thing has its time.

This means:

everything which actually is,

every being comes and goes at the right time

and remains for a time during the time allotted to it.

Every thing has its time.

— Martin Heidegger

In Silent Splender   2 comments

Procession (1 of 1) blog“Wildflower” — Computer Painting be kenne

In silent splender
A background of worn facades
Beauty is enhanced.

— kenne

Our Association With Flowers   2 comments

Wildflowers July 2015-0018 grunge art blog Grunge Art by kenne

Everyone has many associations with a flower — 
the idea of flowers.
You put out your hand to touch 
the flower —
lean forward to smell it —
touch it with your lips almost without thinking —
or give it to someone to please them.
Still —
in a way —
nobody sees a flower — 

really — it is so small . . .

So I said to myself —
I’ll paint what I see — 

what the flower is to me
but I’ll paint it bid and

they will be surprised into taking time to look at it —
I will make even busy New Yorkers
take time 
to see what I see in flowers.

— Georgia O’Keeffe

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