29.11.20

GRATEFUL!

posted by Heather Lowe

Thanks to all who have puchased and commented on my artwork. I am giving a 10% discount until December 3rd, 2020!

29.11.20

VIRTUAL ART EXHIBITION YANNIS VAKIRTZIS

posted by Vakirtzis Yannis

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Vakirtzis Yannis

29.11.20

VIRTUAL ART EXHIBITION

posted by Maria Hantzopoulou Vakirtzi

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Maria Hantzopoulou Vakirtzi

29.11.20

VIRTUAL ART EXHIBITION BY VAKIRTZIS ATHANASIOS

posted by Vakirtzis Athanasios

http://enart2.blogspot.com

Sculpture

28.11.20

THE TRANSFORMATION OF SWAHILI PROVERBS INTO LITERARY ART

posted by Gerald Muchiri

This is a Swahili proverb that I have succeeded into turning into a Haiku. A Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry that usually has 17 syllables in it with a 5-7-5 structure. Even though it has seventeen syllables and I could have structured it in a tripartite fashion, I attempted not to because the the proverb would lose its syntax and the poetic aspect of its musicality. The poem means that what your friend may be lucky to obtain by good fortune should not mean that you should take it as an opportunity to leach off them.

Swahili Haiku

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