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Desert Eye   Leave a comment

Desert Eye-3-72-2Desert Eye — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Desert Eye

Look into my eye
and see the desert
melting my soul
 my heart burning
with love
deep inside
made full of life
from the outside
through my
desert eye.

— kenne

Sunset Shadows Thickened Into Darkness   Leave a comment

Relaxing by the Bay_art-Edit-1-72Photo-Artistry by kenne

Forever and ever
ain’t something
you hold on to.

— kenne

Dance The World Into To Being   1 comment

I love Ann Morris’ work. The is the second time I have done a photo-artistry piece on her “Dance of Life.”

— kenne

Sculpture WoodsDance of Life-Edit-2-art-Edit-1-72.jpgDance of Life in Sculpture Woods by Ann Morris — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Dance of Life

“The women who voluntarily journey into the inner labyrinth will 
discover and can release joyous instinctual masculinity. Willingly
encountered by the female, the masculine no longer needs to hide
in shame, but shines with his true power when joined with her.
Together they are the spontaneous Dance of Life from which all
creativity springs. The internally integrated masculine and
feminine spirits in us all dance the world into being.”

— from “Sculpture Woods: Studio Grounds of Ann Morris”

Posted April 21, 2019 by kenneturner in Information, Photo-Artistry

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Red Hat Girl — Revisited   1 comment

     redhatgirl-art-ii-blog1-Edit-6-art-2-72.jpgRed Hat Girl (Joy) — Photo Artistry by kenne

I don’t remember much about this photo
other than I liked it a decade ago and 
that it a very low-resolution image —
it was blurry. 

I was recently looking back at old photos
found this one and decided to create
more artistic image and why not,
the subject is beautiful.

— kenne

Blackett’s Ridge Trail Sunset — Festive andFree-Floating   Leave a comment

Blacketts Sunset-Edit-2-72-2Blackett’s Ridge Trail Sunset — Photo-Artistry by kenne

It’s the way we move toward each other
at night, tired, giddy after a day together
or a day apart, flush with newborn plans

for a holiday from daily life, in reality.
We are festive and free-floating. We are
poured out like a bucket of wild berries.

— from “Summer Surprised Us” by Edward Hirsch

Desert Orangetip Butterfly   Leave a comment

7 Falls April 2013Desert Orangetip Butterfly — Photo-Artistry by kenne

“Curiously, light-loving GREEN plants reject the Sun’s GREEN light,
reflecting it back at you, which is why they look GREEN.”

— Neil deGrasse Tyson

Bee on Blue Dicks   Leave a comment

Miller Creek TrailBee on Blue Dicks — Photo-Artistry by kenne

when I paint

the canvas grows

getting attention

through the window

coaxing the shadows

by invisible lines

letting the colors

come to life

— kenne

 

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