Loop the Loop.

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the handsome dog leaps forever

across clouds of unknowing

and the edges of lime green flooring

while in the middle ground

the carefully arranged still life

of fruit mumbles dissatisfaction

and at stage right, foreground, confronting

the fanned and muscular dream

opens

Poem by John Clinock

clinock.wordpress.com

 

72 thoughts on “Loop the Loop.

  1. This is wonderful! I’m so interested to know the sequence of creating this. Did you read the poetry and think – I MUST create the image this brings? For a couple of years I belonged to an online art group. We were given one word prompts and had to come up with 1) a haiku 2) a piece of art – ANY mode/medium. Seeing your work motivates me to do this kind of exercise once again! Thank you!

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    • Hi Guila, here the picture was created before the poem. But sometimes I get inspired by a novel or story as you did at the online art group…that’s a good way to stimulate creativity. ☺

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  2. Hi.
    I like many of your works, although, to be honest, not all of them are clear to me…
    It seems like, somewhere in late 2015 and early 2016, was a shift from „just“ photography to more complicated perception. What was the reason?

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    • Hi Alex, thank you for your interest. I think the reason was a growing curiosity about digital art and what I could do with a photo… ☺

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  3. This is a great poem and picture together! Thanks for popping by my blog and liking my poetry/garden blog post.

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  4. the handsome dog leaps forever
    across clouds of unknowing
    and the edges of lime green flooring
    while in the middle ground
    the carefully arranged still life
    of fruit mumbles dissatisfaction
    and at stage right, foreground, confronting
    the fanned and muscular dream
    opens

    Liked by 2 people

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