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Good EstudioChispa 2013-02-22 9:37

You can't go wrong with a puppy! Great colors, great textures...
:-)
Russ
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Old 02-25-2013, 03:45 PM
PReimold PReimold is offline
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Default To EstudioChispa: colors of Il Porto/Puppy

Hi Russ:
Colors & textures are courtesy of Gianni Menichetti, artist/poet who keeps his Pavilion in artistic shape. Some years ago, I made a 2-hour video to accompany the translation of a book he had written (my wife translated it for him, free of charge). A small part of it is on YouTube and suggests what he is all about. link is http://youtu.be/NaH1nAGd47A.

Regards - Peter
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Old 02-25-2013, 04:40 PM
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Default I'll check it out!

Thanks, Peter! I'll try to screen it this afternoon.
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Old 02-26-2013, 02:08 PM
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Default Great video!

Wow... What a beautiful place and what an interesting character! The gas lamp is a nice connecting image. Gianni appears to be a classic artiste -- driven, different, iconoclastic -- and the art is wonderful, especially the stuff that depicts all the animals, both wild ones and (I presume) pets.

As "one good link deserves another," let me share a look at our favorite piece of wilderness -- not nearly as lush as Il Porto, but dear to us: Baja.

http://vimeo.com/58783064

Running time is twenty minutes, which I know is hard to find in our busy world, but hopefully the editing will make it seem less than that. I haven't counted the images I was able to include, but a TrekEarth's rate of one per day, there's probably a Year's worth!

Best,
Russ
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Old 02-26-2013, 06:02 PM
EstudioChispa EstudioChispa is offline
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Default Il Porto -- wow!

Wow... What a beautiful place and what an interesting character! The gas lamp is a nice connecting image. Gianni appears to be a classic artiste -- driven, different, iconoclastic -- and the art is wonderful, especially the stuff that depicts all the animals, both wild ones and (I presume) pets.

As "one good link deserves another," let me share a look at our favorite piece of wilderness -- not nearly as lush as Il Porto, but dear to us: Baja.

http://vimeo.com/58783064

Running time is twenty minutes, which I know is hard to find in our busy world, but hopefully the editing will make it seem less than that. I haven't counted the images I was able to include, but a TrekEarth's rate of one per day, there's probably a Year's worth!

Best,
Russ

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Hi Russ:
Colors & textures are courtesy of Gianni Menichetti, artist/poet who keeps his Pavilion in artistic shape. Some years ago, I made a 2-hour video to accompany the translation of a book he had written (my wife translated it for him, free of charge). A small part of it is on YouTube and suggests what he is all about. link is http://youtu.be/NaH1nAGd47A.

Regards - Peter
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