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Green Question Mark

By Michelina Docimo Do you ever fantasize about a place far away – maybe real or imagined – that you’d love to see?  Where does your heart lead you?  Take us on a trip with you into your dreamscape.

Balloons, Large mural commission.

I met Ty Kelly five years ago at a street art fair and just like his other patrons, I was hooked. His art pops, but in poetic steps, transporting me from my dreams and reality and back again. I’m a strong believer in deciphering dreams, analyzing symbols, and uniting the links between conscious and unconscious states. Sometimes, we find answers in dreams that are hidden when we are awake. Sometimes, we are able to see more clearly with our eyes closed.

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Picture 069

“I said to myself — I’ll paint what I see — what the flower is to me but I’ll paint it big and they will be surprised into taking time to look at it — I will make even busy New Yorkers take time to see what I see of flowers.” Georgia O’Keefe By: Michelina [...]

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By: Michelina Docimo Mention “The Spill” in any conversation and buried feelings of anger, shock, and despair erupt from the center of one’s being – gushing.  At least that’s what I thought because that’s what I felt.  It’s painful to see the devastation to the birds, fish, shores, and people – the people who relied [...]

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Rachel Whiteread, Water Tower, 1998, Museum of Modern Art.

By: Michelina Docimo A few years ago, purple was the new black, then came turquoise, yellow was in for spring, now hot white for summer, dare I say, orange is next.  Where does that leave green?  Everywhere.  Fashion can be fickle, but green is here to stay, if not in your armoire, in everything else [...]