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  • Poem in Response

    Poem in Response

    After enjoying “Rusty Rose“, a wonderfully creative mixed media artwork by my dear friend, Tiffany Arp-Daleo, a Bohemiam Abstract artist residing in San Diego, California – and, knowing that she also enjoys the Grateful Dead – I was inspired to write this poem in response…

    Just like San Diego 🎨
    Just like old road trip shows 😎
    Your art sings like Jerry 🎶
    Ramble on Rusty Rose 🌹

    © 2023 Phil Perkins

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    Ramble on Rose, by Grateful Dead (1972) – see lyrics here.

  • Throwback Thursday

    Throwback Thursday

    Here’s a photograph of me that I’m including for Throwback Thursday, despite the fact that I took it only yesterday. Does that count? Hmm…

    Anyway, the cool metal print on the wall behind me is an artwork entitled “Journey“, painted by my talented friend, Tiffany Arp-Daleo. Please visit her site, thanks!

  • Shoutout To Friends

    Shoutout To Friends

    I have many friends here on WordPress and would like to mention a few. Please visit their sites, like their posts and leave comments, too.


    Tiffany Arp-Daleo

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    From San Diego, California, Tiffany is a very good painter & mixed media artist, utilizing a style she describes as Bohemian Abstract…


    Carla Milho

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    From Lisbon, Portugal, Carla is a very talented creative writer sharing imagination, positivity, courage & her inspirational life experiences…


    Mamen An

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    From Spain, Mamen An describes herself as a free thinker with the soul of a poet, with splendid lyrics about dreams, relationships & love…


    Anna Liwun

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    From Germany, Anna is Indonesian and trilingual, sharing her experiences on travel, food, faith, communication & also writing fiction…

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  • Shoutout To Friends

    Shoutout To Friends

    I thought it would be nice to thank my friends on WordPress for sharing so many comments with me 😊 Here are three with the most remarks…

    Please visit their sites, like their content, and maybe leave a comment, too. Thanks!

  • Featured Artists

    I thought I’d share information about a few artists online with whom I’ve enjoyed interacting over the years. Guests are encouraged to visit their respective sites, and, if so desired, inquire about an opportunity to purchase their artworks. I’ve also included quotes as descriptions – in their own words. Enjoy the creativity of these featured artists!!!

    Tiffany Arp-Daleo | Contemporary Art

    Tiffany Arp-Daleo has over 20 years experience painting in San Diego, Ca. Working primarily with acrylics and oils in abstract and mixed media, she has developed a unique painting style described as Bohemian Abstract. Her paintings will catch your eye with bold contrast, gobs of rich color, and layers of texture.

    North Liza Lane | Painting, Illustration & Graphic Design

    North Liza Lane is a growing body of work originating from inspiration, and the creative desire to contribute to the greater good through images of thoughtful wonder. My focus is to offer a possibility, or the first chapter of a story that allows the viewer to create an ending, and maybe a moment of self discovery. Currently I combine realism with abstract to reflect the layers of life and the constant information offered through our individual and collective experiences.

    Randi Grace Nilsberg | Art Photography

    A piece of art on the wall brings atmosphere to a room. With digital textures I add a little mystery and flair to my nature photos, a painterly effect that makes them unique. I hope my art lets you drift away for a moment, to good memories or into a dream for the future.

    Natalie Baca | Artist + Designer

    Natalie Baca is an artist and designer, who loves to incorporate “found” objects into her pieces. After leading an exciting path in the fashion world in New York City and traveling the world with the marketing of new products, Natalie finally decided there was a need for a career change. She picked up some broken tiles and paint and began a new career in the art world. With no formal training in art, she taught herself through experimenting and trial and error. Her love for texture, color, and patterns can be seen throughout her work.

    Thanks for stopping by!