1/15/2013

The Joys of Winter


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Once there was a snowman,
Who stood outside the door,
He wished that he could come inside,
And run about the floor.






1/12/2013

Joseph Beuys


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How to Explain Paintings to a Dead Hare, Nov. 26, 1965


" The idea of explaining to an animal conveys a sense of the secrecy of the world and of existence that
appeals to the imagination. Then, as I said, even a dead animal preserves more powers of intuition than
some human beings with their stubborn rationality.
The problem lies in the word ‘understanding’ and its many levels which cannot be restricted to rational
analysis. Imagination, inspiration, an longing all lead people to sense that these other levels also play
a part in understanding. This must be the root of reactions to this action, and is why my technique has
been to try and seek out the energy points in the human power field, rather than demanding specific
knowledge or reactions on then part of the public. I try to bring to light the complexity of creative areas.”

Joseph Beuys



1/10/2013

Prelude



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It will be continued ...



1/09/2013

Lady Budapest



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At the end of the November my boyfriend and I went to visit lovely lady Budapest. We were very charmed  
by it's grand past and beauty and in the same time touched by it's sad memories and scars...
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These cool vintage coffee grinders are  cleverly made installation on the Csészényi Kávézó's wall. 
Csészényi Kávézó is wonderful little caffee with the best chocolate cake that I ever tried! So if you happen 
to come to Budapest i strongly recommend to visit this place...



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This is a drawing note of  river seagulls under the Chain bridge, floating on Dunabe. When river took them 
too far away from the bridge they flew back again. I don't know if this is realistic description and how true 
is it but that is how we saw it one cold night from the Széchenyi Chain Bridge itself.  :)


1/02/2013

HAPPY 2013!



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“May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books
and kiss someone who thinks you're wonderful, and don't forget to make some art -- write or draw or build or
sing or live as only you can. And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself.”


― Neil Gaiman —