Saturday, March 25, 2017

March Hare


Image: "March Hare" by Victoria Keeble.

See also the previous posts:
Moon-Struck
Boxing Hares
The March Hare of Wonderland
Thackery Earwicket

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Tan Lines


Image: Subject and photographer unknown.

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Saturday, February 25, 2017

No Word


The common hare of England is called the brown hare. At most times of the year it does look browner than both the Irish hare and the Scottish mountain hare, but there is no word to describe that mixture of grey, fawn, yellow, black and brown which distinguishes it from the even colour of a brown cow or horse.

– George Ewart Evans & David Thomson
The Leaping Hare
p. 50

See also the previous posts:
Brown and Beyond
Eastwards from the Steppes of Asia


Image: Photographer unknown.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Morning Light


Image: Subject and photographer unknown.

Friday, February 10, 2017

Three Hare Tor


Image: "Three Hare Tor" (2011) by Virginia Lee.

See also the previous posts:
Ancient and Enigmatic
Sacred

Saturday, February 4, 2017

The Art of Vilela Valentin



Born in Rio de Janeiro, Vilela Valentin is a gifted artist who credits the comfortable and elegant environment provided by his family for his artistic path in life.

Valentin studied Artistic Drawing in Brazil before receiving both a Degree in Psychology and a Masters Degree in Clinic Psychology from the University of Porto (Portugal). In many ways his artistic language is based on the psychology of the subconscious, desires, and affections.

He began his career with the exhibition "Santos e Pecadores" in Braga. Since then he has maintained his artistic activity as a designer, painter, and illustrator. His unique artistic style was well-established by 2012 when an art critic labelled his work "homosurrealist," a term Valentin considers accurate in defining his aesthetic language.

Valentin regularly exhibits his work in galleries and institutions throughout Europe. His artwork has also been extensively published in printed and online books and magazines.

To experience more of the art of Vilela Valentin, visit his website and blogsite.

To purchase copies of his work, click here.


"Black Hair" by Vilela Valentin.



"Romano in the Poppies Field" by Vilela Valentin.


"Resting" by Vilela Valentin.


"ll Fauno" by Vilela Valentin.



"Die Seminaristen" by Vilela Valentin.

About this particular work Valentin says: "It is late in the monastery, the priests have already retired, but the seminarians work late in their illuminations. But the tension of labor increases, and all this tension must be released. Then everything happens, but one must delight in the vision, the bishop, who spies by the door lock, for his pleasure."


For more of the artwork of Vilela Valentin, visit his website and blogsite.

To purchase copies of his work, click here.


See also: The Art of Dante Cirquero | Nebojsa Zdravkovic | Brenden Sanborn | Wilhelm von Gloeden | Richard Haines | John MacConnell | Leo Rydell Jost | Jim Ferringer | Juliusz Lewandowski | Felix d'Eon | Herbert List | Joe Ziolkowski

Monday, January 30, 2017

Bel Homme


Image: Subject and photographer unknown.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Hare Décor



Images: B. Meyers.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Handsome in Pink


Pictured above is one of the millions of men who stood in solidarity today with women in the Women's March movement – a movement that saw hundreds of marches take place on all seven continents, including Antarctica. These marches were aimed at both protesting U.S. President Donald Trump’s positions and statements on women’s rights, immigration, the environment, and climate change and offering hope and alternatives to Trump's political agenda and to what has been described as his "sordid immorality" – his bigotry, ignorance, misogyny, and vulgarity.

This handsome young man in a pink scarf was one of an estimated 100,000 people who gathered today on the grounds of the Minnesota State Capitol for the Minnesota Women's March. His girlfriend was also present . . . as was the Leveret – "fierce feminists" all!




Images: The Leveret.