Archive for the ‘Digital Painting’ Tag

Horses In The Pasture   4 comments

Fredric 3170 Horses Painting blog IIHorses In the Pasture — Photo-Artistry by kenne

I came to the country seeking peace,
A place where horses graze in the pasture
Providing a visual game, or is it just old age.
A place as clouds disappear over the hill, I
Seek shade under the trees along the fence.

“There’s more to a picture than meets the eye.”

— kenne

Potted   1 comment

Getty Potted Plants art blog.jpgPotted — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Fifteen potter plants

Painted in digital art

Arranged on three steps.

— kenne

Just living is not enough . . .   4 comments

Hutches PoolPhoto-Artistry by kenne

Just living is not enough . . .
one must have sunshine,
freedom, and a little flower.

— Hans Christian Andersen

Bee On Camphorweed Digital Painting — A Taste of Fall   Leave a comment

Hutches PoolBee On Camphorweed — A Taste of Fall Photo-Artistry by kenne

“The greatest happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved —
loved for ourselves, or rather, loved in spite of ourselves.”

― Victor Hugo

Sonoran Desert Painting   2 comments

Saguaro iPhone (1 of 1)-Edit Painting blogSonoran Desert Painting — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Colors outside the lines
melting strokes on
a canvas of butter.

— kenne

Cigar Bar — Digital Painting   Leave a comment

Cigar Bar photo-8_Digital Painting blogCigar Bar — Digital Painting by kenne

Good music,
a good cigar and
good bourbon —
young people
on the edge.

Growing and
changing with
certain weaknesses
boldly seeking love
without responsibilities.

— kenne

Early Harvest Digital Painting   Leave a comment

Thanksgiving 2014-4730 still life 2018_2 blogEarly Harvest — Digital Painting by kenne

The old cabin holds the early harvest
For us an invaluable natural treasure
Protected from the soon to fall leaves
Of color only to be blown away when
An early winter blizzard covers the 
Mountain with a blanket of snow.

— kenne

Del Sol On the Pascua Pueblo Yaqui Reservation   Leave a comment

Casino Del Sol Dome art blogDel Sol on the Pascua Pueblo Yaqui Reservation — Digital Painting by kenne

You are an enchanted flower wilderness world,
    you are an enchanted wilderness world,
           you lie with see-through freshness.
You are an enchanted wilderness world,
     you lie with see-through freshness,
           wilderness world.

Over there, in the center
   of the flower-covered wilderness
       in the enchanted wilderness world,
           beautiful with the dawn wind,
               beautifully you lie with see-through freshness
                   wilderness world.
You are an enchanted wildness world,
   you lie with see-through freshness,
         Wildness world.

-- Yaqui Deer Song

Butterfly Digital Art   Leave a comment

two-tailed swallowtail butterfly (1 of 1)-2 art blogTwo-tailed Swallowtail Butterfly — Digital Painting by kenne

I am born to die
Things I know but can’t explain
Not being convinced.

— kenne

Western BBQ   Leave a comment

 

4th Avenue Street Fair Fall 2012Western BBQ — Digital Painting by kenne

A Houston Blues Man   1 comment

Sherman Robertson @ The Rythem Room_edit Hopperist II_edit blogBlues Musician, Sherman Robertson at the Old Rhythm Room in Houston (July 2004) — Digital Painting by kenne

Standing at stage right
Blues fans wait for the intro
One of Houston’s best.

— kenne

Mountain Cabin   3 comments

Rose Lake July 2013Mountain Cabin — Digital Painting by kenne

A red cabin stands
At the far end of the trail
Below Mt. Lemmon —
A big black dog
With his chain stretched,
Barking.

A smell of coffee,
She calls the dog
Back to the porch
As a nearby raven
Seems to echo her,
Calling.

— kenne

Digital Art — Swallowtail Butterfly   1 comment

Butterfly-3256 DP blogTwo-tailed Swallowtail Butterfly — Digital Painting by kenne

“Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart —
Try to love the questions themselves.

Do not now seek the answers which cannot be given
Because you would not be able to live them.

And the point is . . . To live everything.
Live the question now.

Perhaps you will then gradually (without noticing it)
Live along some distant day into the answer.”

— Rainer Maria Rilke

 

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