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Me, today By Eva Mout, Ursus Art
Eva Mout, Ursus Art
I took this photograph a few years back in the pouring rain. I was soaked to the skin, but I’m glad I took it! Yorkshire, Raven Hall Hotel, driveway. Did you enjoy this? Then please like my post and follow my blog!
‘Me as my Canvas’ By Eva Mout, Ursus Art I have taken loads of selfies over the years. A lot of them are very ordinary, like we know them well: smily pictures in which my hair and look are just right, pictures that tell the world that I am a happy and confident woman whoContinue reading “Me as my Canvas.”
A Poem By Eva Mout In here, since last year, all halls deserted, clocks slowing down, hardly any visitors, and their last few footsteps printed with caution One sits and one waits True moments of courage, then cringing and crawling, for one aims to please Wonderful schemes and ancient dreams will never be dreamt again
A poem Dear God, This fearsome worry haunts my mind, I was a father, severe but kind, brought him up to wear the crown, but all attempts have let me down My grown-up son, my only child, still is boisterous, foolish, wild He drinks and smokes, and is girl-crazy, but the worst of all: heContinue reading “A Good King’s Prayer”
Well, it is to me….. Creation fatigue is an expression I just made up myself. But I think you kind of already guess what I mean by that. It means that you have been able to work so consistently, over a longer period of time, that you have had the chance to produce one orContinue reading “Creation Fatigue, a Luxury”
“This is not a creative therapy session! You are at art academy, get serious or go home!” I can still hear my teacher yelling in my mind sometimes, when I’m at work. Hearing him shout this through the classroom when I was 21, made a big impression on me at the time, and it wasn’tContinue reading “Balance is the Key …. right?”
Perhaps you have visited my blog yesterday, after having read my first post…. (www.ursusart.studio) If you did, you might have noticed, that the colour blue is ubiquitous. We all know that many artists go through a ‘blue period’, like Picasso, and for Yves Klein it seemed to be the only existing colour. In Der BlaueContinue reading “Life long blue Period”