Вот и узнаешь, как было легко
Всем, кто летали со мною! (c)

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Saturday, November 15, 2008


Вспомнились - памятные с детства - стихотворные строки:

Самая злая кража - кража доверия.
Вот, где нужна бы - стража ,
Крепкий замок на двери ...(с)


Везде в рунете ( поискала) пишут, что строки - О. Высоцкой.
Не-а.. То ли - Р. Казаковой, то ли - Л. Татьяничевой?
А может быть и - Высоцкая. Не могу найти. Вот чего только обнаружила:

Ну, да ладно.

А впрочем, как некогда воскликнул мудрый царь Соломон: "И это всё пройдёт.."

Да. Пройдёт.
Надо только подождать.

*помолчала*

А потому - песенка.
 На тему, мол - всё пройдёт.. и печаль и радость....всё пройдёт...

Добавлю, пожалуй.


Какое счастье, что я имею своё лицо (с).

Которое никогда, ни при каких обстоятельствах, не теряла, не теряю и ,
 вряд ли, когда потеряю - в угоду воинствующего большинства. 
В меньшинстве я всегда - по жизни.
Чем и горда. 
Меньшевичка - я, стал быть.





И - продолжу - горда быть в меньшинстве ...

« Всё пройдёт »




Композитор - Максим Дунаевский.
Cтихи - Леонид Дербенёв.
Исп . - М. Боярский.



Вновь о том, что день уходит с земли
в час вечерний - спой мне,




этот день, быть может, где-то вдали
мы не однажды вспомним.


Вспомним, как звезда всю ночь напролет
Смотрит синим взглядом.
Лишь о том, что всё пройдёт,


Вспоминать не надо.
Лишь о том, что всё пройдёт
Вспоминать не надо ...


*припев:

Всё пройдет и печаль, и радость.
Всё пройдет - так устроен свет.


Всё пройдёт - только верить надо,
что любовь не проходит, нет...


Спой о том, как вдаль плывут корабли,
не сдаваясь бурям,
спой о том , что ради нашей любви -
весь этот мир придуман ...



Спой о том, как биться не устаёт
Сердце с сердцем - рядом.


Лишь о том, что всё пройдёт
Вспоминать не надо ...



Такое вот получилось - почти оптимистичное, но - нескончаемо - грустное ... музыкальное - противоречье.
Такое вот ...- ретро-ностальгическое пение ...

Сопутствующие настроению и песне картины - Aмериканского художника: Joseph Larusso.
 


«Joseph Larusso was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1966 and received his formal training at the American Academy of Art. He went on to receive his B.F.A. degree from the Kansas City Art Institute. Born of Italian descent, Larusso was exposed to art at an early age. Through several early trips to Italy, his parents introduced him to works of the Italian Masters. Larusso would look to these influences throughout his early artistic development and they are still evident in his work today.

Discovering the works of the Impressionists, he gravitated towards the works of Manet and Vuillard. Larusso searched for similar work of such emotion and soon became an avid student of painting, seeking out and immersing himself in the works of various artists. This path would ultimately lead him to the works of Sargent, Sorolla, Whistler and a whole army of lesser known yet equally capable painters. Within this group of artists, Larusso found a sense of identity. In these masterful works, he saw the ability to harness emotion and convey it with power and confidence, yet with delicacy and tasteful restraint. He also saw in these artists the ability to express the essence of an object with just a few carefully chosen brushstrokes, creating a visceral and intuitive state of painting.

Joseph Larusso creates evocative and timeless figurative works. In painting his subjects, Larusso has concentrated on honing his powers of observation, especially as it concerns color, texture, form and composition. Lorusso's paintings have been described as warm and dreamlike, a place of restful escape with a sense of spirituality, and shares a timelessness with the work of other eras.

Says Larusso, "I believe truly great art serves as a trigger into something deeper within all of us". The mood and emotion conveyed in Larusso's paintings evokes a deep sense of beauty found in the quiet times of daily living. His people are mysterious, lonely, romantic, and yet familiar, placed in settings we often see ourselves. According to Larusso, "The greatest gift an artist can provide is to move the viewer in a way that touches the soulful core within each of us".
While in school, Larusso was recruited by Hallmark Cards, Inc. to serve as an artist in their greeting card design division and since 1988 has lived and worked in the Kansas City area. For the past three years he has also served as instructor of painting and illustration at the Kansas City Art Institute as well as having taught classes and workshops around Kansas City.


Larusso's work has been shown both locally and nationally and has won numerous awards and honors, and has also been seen in Communication Arts Illustration Annual, Southwest Art Magazine, Art-Talk and US Art Magazine. Larusso's original paintings and limited editions are part of many collections, and he is represented by many galleries throughout the United States and Canada. »

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