Day Two & PPAC: Forma Viva 3.

Today we conclude the visit to the open-air sculpture exhibition on the Slovenian coast, and have a look at some words in my poem for Day Two. Prompt 2: “Today, I’d like to challenge you to write a poem based on a word featured in a tweet from Haggard Hawks, an account devoted to obscure andContinue reading “Day Two & PPAC: Forma Viva 3.”

PPAC: Fanor Hernández in Rome 2.

Here is the second part of Fanor’s bronze statues as happened upon along the Appian Way in Rome six years ago. As you could see last week in part 1, this Columbian sculptor is very good at making bronze come to life. Today amore, his friend from work, our two dogs and I enter theContinue reading “PPAC: Fanor Hernández in Rome 2.”

PPAC: Fanor Hernández in Rome 1.

Today I wish to return six years back when we were strolling along the Appian Way in Rome and encountered memorable lively statues by Colombian sculptor Fanor Hernández. Amore’s friend from work lives near Via Appia Antica, one of the oldest Roman roads, and he has a (female) dog. Perfect. In 2016 he and hisContinue reading “PPAC: Fanor Hernández in Rome 1.”

PPAC: Tarquinia

These photos are from one year ago when Flavia, my visiting uncle – who is on his way over right now again – and I went to Tarquinia and it was my first time. It’s true that Italian towns are similar and yet each one surprises me in a fully new way. This is aContinue reading “PPAC: Tarquinia”

PPAC: The Three Angels in Maribor

Last Saturday father knew exactly what I’d like to see in his city of birth. He was even willing to call in and grant us access. No need, the angels are free to visit. They are even in Google Maps under Trije Angeli. All father knew was that they were at Vodovod, Maribor, the waterContinue reading “PPAC: The Three Angels in Maribor”

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