Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Morning Light

Image: Subject and photographer unknown.

Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Stained Glass Hare

Image: Artist and photographer unknown.

See also the previous posts:
Wild and Clever, Bold and Free
The Hare and the Moon

Wednesday, November 2, 2022

Bel Homme

Image: Subject and photographer unknown.

Tuesday, October 25, 2022

Running Hare

Image: Photographer unknown.

Tuesday, October 18, 2022

Morning Light

Image: Subject and photographer unknown.

Saturday, October 8, 2022

The Art of Frank-Joseph Frelier

Notes Frank-Joseph on his website Frank Paints Dudes:

Frank Paints Dudes connects with men in nontraditional ways to create traditional paintings using ink and paint. Through live painting sessions, Frank gains insight into the subject, creating a short vignette of the human in that moment, through conversation and casual interview. His signature watercolor Figure Studies are quick paintings, done entirely within 20 minutes.

Originally from Texas, Idaho, and Montana, Frank attended Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Illustration. In addition to working as freelance illustrator, he has contributed to projects at Marvel Studios, Pixar Animation Studios, and Lucasfilm’s Industrial Light & Magic. He currently lives in Portland, OR.

To see some of Frank's non-dude art, check out www.Frank-Joseph.com.

Related Off-site Link: Frank Paints Dudes

See also: The Art of Claudio Bravo | Salem Beiruti | Ismael Álvarez | Stefano Junior | Saul Lyons | Alexis Vera | Mauna Nada | Ego Rodriguez | Liam Campbell | Richard Vyse | David Jester | Aaron Moth | Travis Chantar | Douglas Simonson | Guglielmo Plüschow | Vilela Valentin | 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

Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Bel Homme

Image: Subject and photographer unknown.

Thursday, September 22, 2022

Autumn: By Far the Most Paradoxical Season


Of the four seasons, autumn is by far the most paradoxical. Wedged between an equinox and a solstice, it moors us to cosmic rhythms of deep time and at the same time envelops us in the palpable immediacy of its warm afternoon breeze, its evening chill, its unmistakable scentscape. It is a season considered temperate, but one often tempestuous in its sudden storms and ecstatic echoes of summer heat. We call it “fall” with the wistfulness of loss as we watch leaves and ripe fruit drop to the ground, but it is also the season of abundance, of labor coming to fruition in harvest.



Image: Catherine Hyde.

See also the previous posts:
A Time of Transformation
Autumn Hare 2008 | 2016 | 2018
Autumn Hare | II | III | IV
Song in Autumn
In Autumn Fields
Autumn Beauty

And at The Leveret’s brother site, The Wild Reed, see:
Autumn: Season of Transformation and Surrender
Autumn . . . Within and Beyond (2021)
Autumn – Within and Beyond (2018)
Autumn – Within and Beyond (2016)
O Sacred Season of Autumn
“Thou Hast Thy Music Too”
Autumn Psalm
“This Autumn Land Is Dreaming”