Archives For Paintings

Georgia O’Keeffe

…and New York buildings
New York with Moon (1925) Radiator Building (1927)

The Forgotten Master: Jean-Honoré

This is what I see…Felina Silver Robinson























Forgotten Sunglasses – Painting by Vladimir Kush

This is what I see…Felina Silver Robinson

A day well spent on beach in nowhere land

Where time is endless

All beings have a perfectly shaped body

Which you are welcome to view

But can’t touch

Looks are free

  But touches could be life ending

Hovering overhead is a royally crowned heaven

Reserved solely for special admittance

Who those guests are remains to be seen

That’s what I see through forgotten sunglasses

1. Sacrificing Virgins at Midnight

2. Native ‘Top Chef’ Finalist Says Aboriginal Cuisine’s Time Has Come
‘Anytime you bring something new to the table, it’s up for criticism, which I thrive on to make me grow and evolve,’ says Francis.

3. Diane Humetewa, Confirmed to Federal Bench, Makes History

The Senate voted unanimously May 14 to confirm Diane Humetewa to become a judge for the U.S. District Court for Arizona.

4. The Never-ending Wonder of It All—The Iconic Foxwoods Resort Casino: Past, Present & Future

Foxwoods Resort Casino in Ledyard, Connecticut on the Mashantucket Pequot Indian Reservation

5. Video: Rez Dogs Have Nothing on This Furry Fireball, as Cat Saves Boy From Attack

Triantafilo Family/YouTube
Dog versus boy versus one pissed-off cat: Tara bolts after the attacking dog while Erica Triantafilo runs to check her 4-year-old son’s wounds.

6. At UN, Oglala Lakota Says US Defies International Law to Steal Land, Water and Billions in Resources

Dr. Richard L. Zephier speaking at UNPFII

7. Cherokee Nation Honors Veterans With Medals

8. Dopey: Rapper Emerson Windy’s Native American Shtick Sparks Outrage

Emerson Windy on the cover of his album ‘Herojuana.’

9. Kawi Café Customers Get Small Business Training With Their Cherokee-Blend Coffee

Courtesy Cherokee Nation
Kawi Café Manager Cheryl Williams (left), Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr., Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden, Principal Chief Bill John Baker and Commerce Executive Director Anna Knight cut the ribbon for the Kawi Café’s official opening.

10. Kevin Peters,Carver-Native American Sculptures

11. Native American Painting Part 1

12. Native American Painting Part 2

Three centuries-old paintings stolen in 1975

AMHERST, Mass. —Amherst College and the FBI are reopening the investigation into a theft from a campus art museum nearly 40 years ago.

Three centuries-old paintings valued at more than $400,000 were stolen from the college’s Mead Art Museum in February 1975.

Two of those paintings were recovered in 1989.

But the third, a piece by Dutch artist Jan Baptist Lambrechts entitled “Interior with Figures Smoking and Drinking,” that is believed to date from the early 18th century, was never found.

Heath Cummings, who’s been Mead’s head of security since 2006, has been reinvestigating the case and has turned over what he found to the FBI.

An FBI spokesman tells The Daily Hampshire Gazette that the agency is looking to generate publicity for the case beyond Massachusetts.

Today I was reading about all of the amazing artists we were blessed with over time.  Please read this article and view a collection of some of the outstanding work created over time.  Enjoy!

From the Italian Renaissance Artists