Ol’ Friendly Mirrors

Mirrors may be foes as well, specially at youth. But when they were nice and reflected our expectations, some hot self-love aroused, and at some point youngsters – girls, boys and all between – felt very much like taking pics –they did so even long ago– to show them to someone especial. Or to everybody,… Continue reading Ol’ Friendly Mirrors

A Pictorial Tribute – Delvaux’s “Ari”, and a sort of family portrait

– – The first time I watched “Rosine” -an oil by the surrealist Belgian painter Paul Delvaux, from 1968- I said to myself “this tall, slim girl with the red hat and the fan looks very much like Ariel”. As a matter of fact, quite a few women in Delvaux’s paintings of the two last… Continue reading A Pictorial Tribute – Delvaux’s “Ari”, and a sort of family portrait

Beautiful legs and feet – like a heart

It is common to figure a symbolic heart with the fingers of both hands, but not as common to do it with the legs -and not as easy either, if they are very long and straight, like Ari’s. But here is a double try… (Notice that the feet are supposed to figure a smaller heart… Continue reading Beautiful legs and feet – like a heart