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Thursday, February 05, 2009

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Frances

Oh my goodness, Linda, those are sublime! What an eye, a genius. Thanks for showing us, I had not heard of him before.
Frances

Lecia

I'm with you - I love these unsentimental drawings. They are startlingly beautiful.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Frances — I used to take a summer art class in Door Co., WI — that's kind of our Cape Cod — and one of my teachers introduced me to Janssen's work. He's become a big favorite of mine and an influence on my own drawings. And thanks again for adding me to your blogroll!

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Lecia — the other artist who does lots of unsentimental florals is Jim Dine. I think most people know his tools but there is a whole book — "Flowers and Plants" is the title — that showcases garden work.

style court

Linda -- you have an amazing ability to see beauty where others overlook it. Thanks for the Dine reminder too.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Courtney — That is a very nice compliment coming from someone with an eye as astute as yours! You probably already know it, but Mondrian did wonderful flowers as did Goethe, Joseph Beuys, and Paul Klee.

Randi Wardenær

Iam an Norwegan Artist in
Drawing ,painting and skupture--
All my inspiration is -
Horst Jansen--
The beutiful Dayry of an ammarylles
is the first I se in my living
kitchen room -
and many of Books and grapih prints are Horst Jansen


catalina

HI Linda!
I have dropped into your blog just randomly through google and I am enjoying it a lot! I also love nature and arts... thanks for this beautiful post! :)
Catalina

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