Monthly Archives: November 2016
Saints’ day. Andrew, Andy, André, Andrés, Andresu, Ander, Andrea, Andreana, Andreas, Andressa and Andreu
Dear friends, in the lands where the northern seas waves break, people say she had been born under a grove of beeches, holding a lyre with its thin arms and guarded by a bunch of wolves. His eyes have the green colour of the ferns and no one has ever heard his music. They don’t even know her real name, or if she really could be a saint or a princess. It is only said that whoever that could hears her voice, will never stop singing.
Let fly imagination and listen to her.
The european Romantic landscapers of 19th-century, considered that ‘Someone that sees nothing in himself, he should stop depicting the landscape that is in front of him, till he can feel the nature’.
Hi folks, today we have a funny quiz to guess. You only have to discover (not Wally… ha,ha…) where is the Tired Bearded.
I know… Too easy, doesn’t it?
I want to use that work as example to remind my own theory about the ‘AMBIVALENCES’. This double effect that makes us to read a smile 🙂 instead of a colon, a hyphen and a parenthesis, is also another current example that often appears on the our life’s feedbacks.
If you’re able to translate from spanish, I invite you to read six short paragraphs, about the ‘Ambivalences’ that I contribute when I was in the UAB (a university in Barcelona). Here is the link:
This is a thought that was in my mind some time ago. It would be a true proud for our community see your contribution in a Big Mosaic that will be post in this blog during the Xmas days. You’re an excellent fellow the rest of the year, and what better than you be here with us these special days too.
If you like this idea, you only must send an old photograph taken during your childhood or when you were a teen. It can be a half-body photograph, a simple portrait or a full body one.
No worries about resolution, and if the photograph is not squared, a software is ready to do the rest, composition included.
Also you can send the words of congratulations that you want. Less than nine is recommended.
So, the appearance will be similar than my own example.
Behind this project, there isn’t other reason that simple proud and pleasure of your companionship.
The blogger, known as Enric, Enrique, Quique, Harry, Henry, Henri, Enrico or Heinrich, is so grateful.
Thank you very much.
This is the address: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can send your picture before December, the 15th
Of course, your picture will have a link to your site. When your personal tile will be ready to the Big Mosaic, then you will receive the picture finished and you will can view its effect.
Dear friends and followers, I publish this unexpected post because Patricia Alvárez one member of this community has given us, a great contribution with the tip that she suggested. This is the movie:
In mid-1920s Copenhagen, portrait artist Gerda Wegener (Alicia Vikander) asks her husband, popular landscape artist Einar Wegener (Eddie Redmayne), to stand in for a female model who is late to come to their flat to pose for a painting she’s working on.
The act of posing as a female figure unmasks Einar’s lifelong identification as a woman, whom she has named Lili Elbe. This sets off a progression, first tentative and then irreversible, of leaving behind the identity as Einar, which she has struggled to maintain all her life.
This takes place as both Lili and Gerda relocate to Paris; Gerda’s portraits of Lili in her feminine state attract serious attention from art dealers in a way that her previous portraiture had not. It is there that Gerda tracks down art dealer Hans Axgil (Matthias Schoenaerts), a childhood friend of Lili (Hans had been the first boy who had ever kissed her as Lili).
Hans and Gerda’s mutual attraction is a challenge, as Gerda is navigating her changing relationship to Lili; but Hans’ long-time friendship with and affection for Lili cause him to be supportive of both Lili and Gerda.
The official trailer
The full movie
Thanks for your visit and … enjoy