Spotlight Art – Lettre d’Amour (Love Letter) – Painting of the Day by Danielle Lauzon

The image depicts a painting titled Lettre d'Amour (Love Letter) by the artist Danielle Lauzon. The work is a vibrant atmospheric mixed media abstract expressionist painting and is an exploration of line, gesture, and colour. Multiple layers of colour, shapes, textures and a variety of mark making fuse one into the other providing depth and movement which gives the painting its dramatic intensity.

Painting Attribution © Danielle Lauzon, Lettre d’Amour (Love Letter), 2020

Source Attribution https://www.saatchiart.com/print/Painting-Lettre-d-amour-love-letter/722993/7551141/view

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Spotlight Art – Noise of Silence – Painting of the Day by Gnani Arts

The image depicts a painting titled Noise of Silence by the artist P Gnana (Gnani Arts). The work is an atmospheric abstract conceptual painting. Narrow vertical layers of red, yellow and orange colours are set on a black and blue background which provide depth, movement and give the painting its dramatic structural intensity.

Painting Attribution © P. Gnana (Gnani Arts), Noise of Silence, 2019

Source Attribution https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-Noise-of-Silence/1856291/8741439/view

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Spotlight Poetry – To Primroses Filled with Morning Dew – A Poem by Robert Herrick

The image depicts a painting titled Primrose Posy by the artist Ruth Harris. The work is a realistic painting of a posy of wild primroses inferring the coming of Spring.The image supports the poem To Primroses Filled with Morning Dew written by the poet Robert Herrick.
© Ruth Harris, Primrose Posy, 2011

To Primroses Filled with Morning Dew by Robert Herrick

Why doe ye weep, sweet babes? Can Tears
Speak griefe in you,

Who were but borne
Just as the modest morne
Teem’d her refreshing dew?
Alas you have not known that shower,

That marres a flower;
Nor felt th’unkind
Breath of a blasting wind;
Nor are ye worne with yeares;

Or warpt, as we,
Who think it strange to see,
Such pretty flowers, (like to orphans young)
To speak by teares, before ye have a tongue.

Speak, whimp’ring younglings, and make known
The reason, why
Ye droop, and weep;
Is it for want of sleep?

Or childish lullabie?
Or that ye have not seen as yet
The violet?
Or brought a kisse

From that sweet-heart, to this?
No, no, this sorrow shown
By your teares shed,
Wo’d have this lecture read,

That things of greatest, so of meanest worth,
Conceiv’d with grief are, and with teares brought forth.

Poem Attribution © Robert Herrick, To Primroses Filled with Morning Dew

Source Attribution https://www.poetryexplorer.net/poem.php?id=10027023

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Painting Attribution © Ruth Harris, Primrose Posy, 2011

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Spotlight Art – Slovenia in Spring – Painting of the Day by Kelly Briggs

The image depicts a painting titled Slovenia in Spring by the artist Kelly Briggs. The work is a realistic painting capturing the beautiful mountain landscape of stream, wooded hills, flowers andsky . This painting is portrayed in beautiful vibrant shades of blue, green, yellow, orange, splashes of red and earth tones.The bright colours represent the warmth of nature,  The work capture something magical and otherworldly.

Painting Attribution © Kelly Briggs, Slovenia in Spring, 2020

Source Attribution https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-Slovenia-in-Spring/1097385/7875136/view

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