Monthly Archives: June 2015

It is only when you start a garden – probably after age fifty – that you realize something important happens every day. Geoffrey B. Charlesworth Photo Joe Estinson

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The path of least resistance leads to crooked rivers and crooked men. Henry David Thoreau Photo Meri Murphy

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There is an eloquence to these forms which stirs the imagination…and kindles in the mind a glowing response…(it is hard to) exceed the wondrous beauty of Zion Valley. Clarence E Dutton photo John Baumann

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SCULPTURE/STATUE CONCLUDED

Glass is the most magical of all materials. It transmits light in a special way … I’m pleased that my art appeals to so many people of all ages. As a parent and an artist, I’m especially looking forward to … Continue reading

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SCULPTURE/STATUE WEEK

Animals have come to mean so much in our lives. We live in a fragmented and disconnected culture. Politics are ugly, religion is struggling, technology is stressful, and the economy is unfortunate. What’s one thing that we have in our … Continue reading

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SCULPTURE/STATUE WEEK

You are the masterpiece of your own life. You are the Michelangelo of your own life. The David you are sculpturing is you (Dr. Joe Vitale) Rhonda Byrne, The Secret Photo Angelika Paul

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SCULPTURE/STATUE WEEK

The Puerta del Sol contains a number of well known sights both domestically and internationally associated with Spain…the square holds a mounted statue of Charles III of Spain, nicknamed “el rey alcalde” (“the mayor-king”) due to the extensive public works … Continue reading

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