“Art is literacy of the heart” Elliot Eisner / “Arte não é pureza; é purificação, não é liberdade; é libertação.” Clarice Lispector

terça-feira, 25 de março de 2014

Dèjá Vu

“with shrunken fingers
we ate our oranges and bread,
shivering in the parked car;

though we know we had never
been there before,
we knew we had been there before.” 
 Margaret Atwood


For Inspiration Avenue - Buttons


Credits to Aneezka W, Colorel and Ellanoir

Poetic Postcards
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7 comentários:

  1. I have to wonder what the story is behind this unique piece!

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  2. A beautiful collage and words Karla.

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  3. I like your subtle use of buttons, it enhances but doesn't overwhelm the collage, and the poem is perfect for the image and title. I am convinced the lady in orange is checking her I-Phone for emails!

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  4. The quote by Margaret Atwood was really interesting, especially in combination with the image of the women. Buttons are a beautiful addition to this collage.

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  5. I agree....beautiful post. I love the image you created with its warmth and calm...and also the quote. I enjoy reading Margaret Atwood too. Thanks for sharing with Mandarin Orange Monday:) And sorry for being so late...I have been away.

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