Red Geranium Buds & Quotes by O’Keeffe, Matisse, & Rothko (#Kindasquare Day 5)

Happy Monday Readers,  It is time for Monday Morning Blooms – or “three kind of similar buds” on this Monday 🙂 – and connecting with Day 5 for  Kinda-square Full view: ___ Today’s Blog Reflection (because it is Reflect-ober after all)  Years ago – ART was a very popular topic here at Priorhouse blog. Art, … More Red Geranium Buds & Quotes by O’Keeffe, Matisse, & Rothko (#Kindasquare Day 5)

Making Time to Stop and Take Some Photos (Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #97 – Pastimes)

Hello everyone, the Lens-Artists theme this week is Pastimes, or what we do for enjoyent  — One of my pastimes is “making time to stop and take some photos” You know how they say that life is better when we “make time to stop and smell the roses”? Well for me, my life is enriched by taking some … More Making Time to Stop and Take Some Photos (Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #97 – Pastimes)

(Micro Fiction) Van Gogh’s Potato Eaters Painting on a Potato Farm in Manitoba, Canada

Happy Saturday Readers,  Joining in with What Pegman Saw fiction challenge, which brings us to Manitoba, Canada Here is the photo prompt for today’s 150-word fiction: _ Reminder – this is FICTION _ Potato Eaters Painting on a Potato Farm (fiction word count: 150) .. Janet, I’m soon to depart this world. Need to confess. You … More (Micro Fiction) Van Gogh’s Potato Eaters Painting on a Potato Farm in Manitoba, Canada

Power of Art (Friday Fictioneers) and 52 Hats

  Power of Art (fiction word count: 104) The Johnson family had a circle sculpture. I thought it was stupid recycled stuff. Later – the intricate pieces spoke to me. I felt the power of art. The strategic assemblage had balance amidst a midair coordinate plane. CDs glistened and texture from the tires whispered near rusty … More Power of Art (Friday Fictioneers) and 52 Hats

Swindoll Story (art by Matisse, O’Keeffe, Rothko -Part 3)

Old Priorhouse Post from 2014 Last night, after I posted my sneaker photo for the WP challenge on perspective, it reminded me of a powerful little “perspective story” I heard a while ago and I thought I would share it here.  I also want to show you how three artists*(Matisse, O’Keeffe, and Rothko) see the color RED … More Swindoll Story (art by Matisse, O’Keeffe, Rothko -Part 3)