Curiosities from the 5th Corner

As you may know by now, I like the extreme.  I think the oddities of life, the things most people probably shy away from either because they just don't find the complete cycle of life that interesting that they want to look at things in jars of formaldehyde or it simply isn't their cup of... Continue Reading →

El Caganer – Catalan Tradition

There are some really weird traditions knocking about. From teeth tossing in Greece to baby jumping in Spain, there are some particularly diverse things that happen in this world of ours. Christmas time is no different, it comes with its own set of rules and behaviours. You might be thinking, come on WidowCrankster, why are... Continue Reading →

The World is Your Oyster (III) – David Gilliver

Sometimes our world gets really busy.  Especially at this time of year with Christmas coming up, it always seems to be the time when the boiler goes, the cat needs an urgent injection, a widow has fallen out and work wants you to do a 47 hour day just so that everything can be completed... Continue Reading →

Flower Symbolism

Quite often in my posts I will talk about symbolism of certain items, odd insects crawling about the canvas, colours, something in the background. What holds an enormous amount of symbolism, which appears to be by passed in our society today are flowers. In the past in art as well as as in everyday life... Continue Reading →

Danbury Country Park

Nature is beautiful. Constantly changing and shaping our day to day visual journey. Remember to enjoy it.

The Doll – Hans Bellmer

Not all art is stunningly beautiful. Some is a direct reaction to things that are happening to, or around the artist. Some of these can sit very uncomfortably with the audience, yet they can still appreciate the message that the artist is trying to give. In the case of Bellmer’s ‘The Doll’, the initial reaction... Continue Reading →

Beautiful sky

More often than not nature is more astounding than anything that is depicted on a canvas. So last night as I was returning home from a day walking around one of Essex’s weird museums, and having visited a planetarium that can fit 20 people in at a push, I was mesmerised by the beautiful sky... Continue Reading →

Trophic interaction within a single tree community – Raoul Deleo

Tucked away on the second floor of the Rotterdam natural history museum, is an art exhibit by Raoul Deleo. This seems like a really odd place to have this type of display, as it's neither natural or truly historical, but none the less, this is an amazing world created by wondrous mind. 'During the last... Continue Reading →

Ruby Rose

Life is hard sometime. There are days that catch you off guard, no matter how long it has been since the event. A loss can leave a hollow in you, which can grow smaller or you can learn to cope with it, but it can never be filled with anything else. Don’t ever forget that... Continue Reading →

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