New York Times Front Page with Abstract Art, Sunday August 16, 2020
News with an Expressionism Abstract Colorful Artwork. And artist Pablo Picasso.
I paint objects as I think them, not as I see them. ~Pablo Picasso
#NYTimes Front Page with RegiaArt. Sunday Summer Edition I.
News Between Art. Art Between News.
The temperature right now in California is 97 F = 36 Celsius. It’s too danger to stay outside in very 2 ways… virus and hot weather.
Look my cellphone screen.
Sketch everything and keep your curiosity fresh. ~John Singer Sargent
Art is an effort to create, beside the real world, a more human world. ~André Maurois
Very lucky man.
El dia que Picasso decidió ser calvo. The day Picasso decided to be bald.
Woman and dog under a tree, 1961.
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