Kicking off the 2021 year by sharing some of the writing inspiration I’ve gained from a book of Monet's letters and paintings. Let's get writing.
Imagine finding an award winning book (signed by the author) -- that teaches you how to awaken the extraordinary in your life -- in a second hand book bin for less than $3. ‘The Everyday Work of Art’ by Eric Booth is…
a gentle voice speaks his heart in poems and paint A little poem for Marvin and all who speak their heart using a paintbrush. Pictured at Artivism 2.0 Iloilo City -- public art with a social impact.
torn by the staples the haughty magazine fashionistas My Uncle Richard created these incredibly beautiful, yet haunting portraits by tearing and collaging pieces of glossy magazines. I found them leaning against a window pane in his house.
street composition afternoon art © 2018 Melinda J. Irvine As I wander the late afternoons I often ponder how the early masters like Yoshimoto, Basho and Buson would haiku and haiga our 21st century landscape.
inspired art by oceans all stretched out our human community © 2018 Melinda J. Irvine Location: Mandurriao, Iloilo City (Philipppines) This lovely mural is at the Atria in Iloilo City. #sustainable #ourfutureoceans
Wet season in the Philippines and you spend weeks covering the whole room in art cut-outs and arranging brightly coloured stuff for photographs.
concrete cast boy alive for the ocean winsome © 2017 Melinda J. Irvine Daily Prompt: Winsome I'm part of Post A Day 2018 Location: Banate, Iloilo (Philipppines)
women's gowns compete with Christmas lights resplendent to the ceiling © 2017 Melinda J. Irvine Daily Post: Atmospheric I'm part of Post A Day 2017 Location: Jaro, Iloilo City (Philipppines)
Art on streets of the flavourful city of Sydney. © 2017 Melinda J. Irvine Flavourful I'm part of Post A Day 2017
Swept indoors due to monsoon season and the art wall is appreciated more and more. While the rain is belting down and Jerry is watching another animated movie, the walls are get closer and closer in our little room, but the…