Nahúm Flores (from h+k Collection)

Painting, 4.5x6.5 inches




Writings by Gary Michael Dault
based on Lee Ka-sing's photographs
from LIGHT READINGS series

(Photograph by Lee Ka-sing - Water Music)


No.148. Water Music

Five Farewells

there are five farewells in Paris
five firehoses
men with their eyes closed
one horizontal line
that bridges the others

think of this as a harp poem
with streetcar wires
a progress of mirrors
each swinging like a tree

one horizontal line
strict as the metro
links the pinching of the trees
I lift heavy wine
(one final vertical)
to your smouldering butterfly

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by Kai Chan

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Caffeine Reveries
by Shelley Savor

Tilling The Soil (After Van Gogh)

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Travelling Palm Snapshots
by Tamara Chatterjee

India (December 2016) – Our last stop of the day, was a pitstop in Abhaneri to explore one of the historical Chand Baori's. The repetitive geometric architectural design carved deep into the surface was a spectacular sight. Although the green hue of the diminutive rainwater collected at the bottom, clearly marked the site of yesteryears. The little moment of magic was the Hindu priest preparing to preform his rituals. Evidently landlord to a small derelict altar set off to one side of the large stepped-well, I watched as he began his prayers.

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by Fiona Smyth

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Tabletop Studio
by Gary Michael Dault

No, 209. Easter Bunny

"What on earth....?" exclaimed Abigail upon entering his studio.
He made no reply.
"Most people just buy chocolate rabbits," she giggled.
But he just kept on working.
"Why so big?"
"I like rabbits," he said. "And not just at Easter."
"What do you like best about them?"
"They're continually wary, " he told her. "And vulnerable."
"This one doesn't seem too vulnerable," said Abigail, staring hard at his twelve-foot plaster mega-bunny. "Why does it have to be so gigantic?"
"It enlarges me," he explained, "as I enlarge it," .

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by Cem Turgay

I like Dark and Grey and Disturbing images, I always want to produce works that punching people's eye.
I go out when no body is there because of the weather. I don’t shoot but I create, photo that I would like to see.
I always listen Chopin and Pink Floyd to feed my brain.





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