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Modern Style …Floral Friday

Now that the September Equinox has announced the beginning of a new season, I’m ready for a floral change of pace. No, not the usual autumn leaves displays. I’ve been yearning for arrangements with a modern flair. Today’s examples were … Continue reading

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Modernistic Projects …Floral Friday

Today’s projects do not break new ground into the avant garde. Instead, these are dialed back towards conventionality with a bias towards contemporary style. They are done with only the slightest nod towards commercial viability. As is often the case, … Continue reading

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Modernistic …Floral Friday

It’s good to feel an affinity to contemporary styles and standards because it enhances mindfulness of the present. This does not necessarily mean one must conform to fads or standards of modern times. In terms of creativity, a modernistic mindset … Continue reading

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Kafkaesque

Have you ever encountered a situation or felt an emotional sensation that outwardly seemed to be unnecessarily complicated and making no sense, not quite nightmarish, and unnervingly twisted?  The sensation leaves you feeling strangely unsettled and slightly empty inside.  You … Continue reading

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Henrik Ibsen The Modernist

I wonder just how many other people became curious about the life and works of  playwright and poet Henrik Ibsen because of a television variety show.  One of my favorite regular features of “Rowen And Martin’s Laugh-In” was when the … Continue reading

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