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Waiting at the Threshold by Michel-le-fou
Those who dwell far enough from the town/city limits, in the remoter areas that
natives in the US call "boondocks", scarcely receive visitors. They have been
reported to receive only official visits such as the post, a police officer doing
consensus, and so forth. These visits are not only infrequent, they are also done
by day or early evening. Nobody wanders by past 5 pm.
One evening, as rarely as the above cases, the cottage of old Norman Freeport, a
simple bedroom and outhouse arrangement standing about 12 kilometres from town
limits, received a strange visit at the hour of 9:30 pm. Nor an was of course at
home at that hour. At the onset, he felt the visitor's presence at the door and
puzzled as to why the visitor d
First Feature of the YearI live in a place which is still reeling from the "polar vortex." This is my first time writing about it in the social media. I didn't post pictures of my backyard with snow piled up in hillocks, my patio rails where two feel of snow stopped me from watching the squirrels, no screenshots of weather reports, no playing the "whose winter is biggest?" game.First Feature of the Year by Dreamydeb
I spent some of the winter in California and Arizona where the weather was beautiful. Mostly blue skies, temperatures ranging from 75-55...a floating frangipani sun. I also went to Utah where my home is and watched a very frozen lake and tall snow capped mountains from my living room. Then I was back in Michigan to start teaching a new semester. Over here, the January-May span is called the winter (not spring) semester. I don't mind the snow and ice and cold as much as the related challenges of dangerous driving/walking conditions, frozen pipes and everyone being sick all over campus with flu like symptoms.
I will try to be prese
I have been interested in art ever since I was young. It has been always something, that I felt comfortable and confident with.|
I have studied art over eleven years. In 2010 I graduated Viljandi Art School.
I am still taking traditional art classes. In addition, also studying graphic design, as it seems to me completely another form of art to express with. Although, graphic design supposed to be less emotional and should stay anonymous in artistic way, but to me it's fascinating how mixing styles can create something beautifully eye-catching, and at the same time have deeper meaning behind it.
I'm going to Estonian Academy of Arts in autumn 2013 to study painting.
I have been completely dedicated to painting and constantly improving myself for the last three years. As my style has changed a lot over the time, I believe it's still in progress. I think it's a good thing, because I see no point doing the same looking paintings for years, constantly repeating myself.
I get the ideas from people and society around me. It's hard to say what exactly causes them, they just appear in my mind, and then have need to capture them, before they fade. I never think through colours before I start painting. I just start to paint and decide them on the spot. They mostly depend on my mood, so it's impossible for me to do a painting for more than one day, because then I just start again with completely different colours. I find that the most wonderful and personal thing about painting.