Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman, comedy-satire arts correspondent at the Greenygrey. I was delighted to see that our favourite arts website, emorfes, featured a collection of our ol’ partner Marc Latham’s Barcelona photos yesterday.
New Unpublished Barcelona Photos
You’ve seen some before in our Gaudi and Greenygrey post, but there are other unpublished ones too, including some using direct sunlight thanks to a digital camera. You shouldn’t look directly at the sun of course, as it can damage eyes.
Here’s a few more that haven’t been published in either of the above blog posts, followed by another emorfes link; Barcelona is a leader in environmental innovation:
Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman. The human world didn’t end yesterday, on December 21st, like some people claimed from interpreting the Mayan calender, but something extraordinary did happen in the Greenygrey world this week. Yes, it was an honour to witness Andy Wolfhol at work, creating his extraordinary Week-longWinter Solstice Cycle.
Art of Magic
Like a Rolf Harris painting that develops out of nothing, or a Tommy Cooper magic trick that works, we think ol’ Wolfhol pulled that one off, and proved he’s still got what it takes to create extraordinary works of art.
I was still reflecting on it when I started reading Carrie Clark’s 46 quotes for reflection in 2012 article for Matador Network.
The article has lots of great mirror images combined with inspiring quotes. Moreover, many of them are greenygrey. Picking out my favourites reminded me of my Greenygrey debut, when greenygrey bridges were the subjects. Here’s my favourite greenygrey images from the article: