Robert Liberace 
Principle Gallery, Alexandria

Robert Liberace

Principle Gallery, Alexandria


Robert Liberace 
Principle Gallery, Alexandria

Robert Liberace

Principle Gallery, Alexandria



He who becomes the slave of habit,who follows the same routes every day,who never changes pace,who does not risk and change the color of his clothes,who does not speak and does not experience,dies slowly.He or she who shuns passion,who prefers black on white,dotting ones “it’s” rather than a bundle of emotions, the kind that make your eyes glimmer,that turn a yawn into a smile,that make the heart pound in the face of mistakes and feelings,dies slowly.He or she who does not turn things topsy-turvy,who is unhappy at work,who does not risk certainty for uncertainty,to thus follow a dream,those who do not forego sound advice at least once in their lives,die slowly.He who does not travel, who does not read,who does not listen to music,who does not find grace in himself,she who does not find grace in herself,dies slowly.He who slowly destroys his own self-esteem,who does not allow himself to be helped,who spends days on end complaining about his own bad luck, about the rain that never stops,dies slowly.He or she who abandon a project before starting it, who fail to ask questions on subjects he doesn’t know, he or she who don’t reply when they are asked something they do know,die slowly.Let’s try and avoid death in small doses,reminding oneself that being alive requires an effort far greater than the simple fact of breathing.Only a burning patience will leadto the attainment of a splendid happiness.

~Pablo Neruda
   Image via:  joserevuelas.wordpress

He who becomes the slave of habit,
who follows the same routes every day,
who never changes pace,
who does not risk and change the color of his clothes,
who does not speak and does not experience,
dies slowly.

He or she who shuns passion,
who prefers black on white,
dotting ones “it’s” rather than a bundle of emotions, the kind that make your eyes glimmer,
that turn a yawn into a smile,
that make the heart pound in the face of mistakes and feelings,
dies slowly.

He or she who does not turn things topsy-turvy,
who is unhappy at work,
who does not risk certainty for uncertainty,
to thus follow a dream,
those who do not forego sound advice at least once in their lives,
die slowly.

He who does not travel, who does not read,
who does not listen to music,
who does not find grace in himself,
she who does not find grace in herself,
dies slowly.

He who slowly destroys his own self-esteem,
who does not allow himself to be helped,
who spends days on end complaining about his own bad luck, about the rain that never stops,
dies slowly.

He or she who abandon a project before starting it, who fail to ask questions on subjects he doesn’t know, he or she who don’t reply when they are asked something they do know,
die slowly.

Let’s try and avoid death in small doses,
reminding oneself that being alive requires an effort far greater than the simple fact of breathing.

Only a burning patience will lead
to the attainment of a splendid happiness.


~Pablo Neruda

   Image via:  joserevuelas.wordpress


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Stanley Kubrick, Shadows Speaking

Artemis: thank you  iznogoodgood.  :) 

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Stanley Kubrick, Shadows Speaking


Artemis: thank you  iznogoodgood.  :) 


Artemis:    :D  Chubby baby.  

Mountain and details of the Mountain, 2010
Li  Huayi (born 1948, Chinese)
2007 NY Times article:  HERE   
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Dashboard click box below for video ( via:  dlasseurgvm on youtube)

Mountain and details of the Mountain, 2010

Li  Huayi (born 1948, Chinese)

2007 NY Times article:  HERE   

See high res.

Dashboard click box below for video ( via:  dlasseurgvm on youtube)



Li  Huayi (born 1948, Chinese)
2007 NY Times article:  HERE   
See high res.

Li  Huayi (born 1948, Chinese)

2007 NY Times article:  HERE   

See high res.


Mountains Hidden in Clouds and Mist, 2008
Li  Huayi (born 1948, Chinese)
2007 NY Times article:  HERE   
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Mountains Hidden in Clouds and Mist, 2008

Li  Huayi (born 1948, Chinese)

2007 NY Times article:  HERE   

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Autumn Mountain, 2007
Li  Huayi (born 1948, Chinese)
2007 NY Times article:  HERE   
See high res.

Autumn Mountain, 2007

Li  Huayi (born 1948, Chinese)

2007 NY Times article:  HERE   

See high res.

Li  Huayi (born 1948, Chinese)
2007 NY Times article:  HERE   
See high res.

Li  Huayi (born 1948, Chinese)

2007 NY Times article:  HERE   

See high res.




First Image:  Pierre Soulages, Peinture 202 x 202 cm, 13 septembre 2013 (2013) Photo: Courtesy Dominique Lévy and Galerie Perrotin (via: artnet)
Second Image: Pierre Soulages - Photo: Courtesy Soulages Archives, 2014, Photo by © Vincent Cunillère (via: artnet)
See archive for more: HERE  

First Image:  Pierre Soulages, Peinture 202 x 202 cm, 13 septembre 2013 (2013) Photo: Courtesy Dominique Lévy and Galerie Perrotin (via: artnet)

Second Image: Pierre Soulages - Photo: Courtesy Soulages Archives, 2014, Photo by © Vincent Cunillère (via: artnet)

See archive for more: HERE  


Masonic Initiation Well in Quinta da Regaleira, Sintra - Portugal
Carlos Caetano HERE

Desciption and image from Fine Art America (10 World Staircases | featured R O’Brien):  ”This winding stone staircase can be found at the palace known as the “Palace of Monteiro the Millionaire”, from the nickname of its first owner, Antonio Augusto Carvalho Monteiro. The two Initian wells, descend into the ground like underground towers lined with stone stairs. These wells do not serve as water sources, but were actually for recreational use, to connect to various caves or monuments around the park.”

Masonic Initiation Well in Quinta da Regaleira, Sintra - Portugal

Carlos Caetano HERE

Desciption and image from Fine Art America (10 World Staircases | featured R O’Brien):  ”This winding stone staircase can be found at the palace known as the “Palace of Monteiro the Millionaire”, from the nickname of its first owner, Antonio Augusto Carvalho Monteiro. The two Initian wells, descend into the ground like underground towers lined with stone stairs. These wells do not serve as water sources, but were actually for recreational use, to connect to various caves or monuments around the park.”


Sagrada Familia Steps
David Bowman  HERE

Desciption and image from Fine Art America (10 World Staircases | featured R O’Brien): Designed by Catalan architect Gaudi over 120 years ago, the Sagrada Familia towers over the city of Barcelona. The architecture of the building has been a major influence on many forms and techniques that were used for the development of modern construction in the 20th century.”

Sagrada Familia Steps

David Bowman  HERE

Desciption and image from Fine Art America (10 World Staircases | featured R O’Brien): Designed by Catalan architect Gaudi over 120 years ago, the Sagrada Familia towers over the city of Barcelona. The architecture of the building has been a major influence on many forms and techniques that were used for the development of modern construction in the 20th century.”


Dance (via: danza coatepec on facebook)

Dance (via: danza coatepec on facebook)