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Rites of Lilith, 1945

Sketchbook study today is very Rothko calming yet there's and underlining feeling of tension like something big is about to begin. #sketch #sketchbook #art #rothko #coloroftheyear2017 #instagood #instaart #abstract #expressionism #krystyphyr #watercolor

Sketchbook study today is very Rothko calming yet there's and underlining feeling of tension like something big is about to begin. #sketch #sketchbook #art #rothko #coloroftheyear2017 #instagood #instaart #abstract #expressionism #krystyphyr #oilpastel

Mark Rothko. <em>Untitled,</em> 1958. Mixed media on canvas, 264.8 x 252.1 cm. Kawamura Memorial Museum of Art, Sakura © 1998 by Kate Rothko Prizel and Christopher Rothko

susannecarmack: Sidewalk Impressions, mixed media and collage on paper, 30 x 22” This is the beginning of a new series, which may end up being titled Sidewalk Impressions. I collect images of asphalt and floors, sidewalks and concrete pavements. I am interested in the textures that are accidental, results of weathering, as contrasted by the man-made marks of spray paint, designed manhole covers, grates and more. The rectangular forms contrasted with meandering forms of patches and repairs…

“Where Does Red Begin and Where Does it End” by artist Spencer Finch is an intriguing piece of watercolour art I happened to come across. It is “a study of the margins of the color red documenting its gradual shift between orange and violet.” Such an intriguing concept of wondering where the boundaries of colour are. Many times, one person’s ‘red’ is another person’s ‘orange’. When you stare at this piece, where does the red begin and end for you?

Samuel Beckett:Waiting for Godot

Vladimir and Estragon standing in front of the tree, where they stay throughout the whole play.