He was a magnificent photographer his work was considered masterpieces in the art world.
He captured all of his subjects from the eyes of his soul, so much depth in his work that ran deeper than the crust of the earth.
Many women wanted to discover and feel his passion they wanted to be his muse be admired feel admired
each woman who looked at the photos he captured of them felt like he capture her soul. He made her feel more beautiful than she ever did before.
How was it possible for him to see her without ever touching her many women would ask him this question
He would reply that it was all about Love
He worked from Love and with Love this is how he always work it was his everyday orgasm, not the women but capturing his subject and keeping it alive.
His energy was on a high frequency and many women wanted to receive it.
But there was only two women he swore to give his all to, one was Jamilia who was his soul mate and partner in life and the other was New York City
who had inspired him since he was a child, she had been his home, his first muse, and first Love.
I entered the Belvedere Museum excited to see “The Kiss“ thinking I would spend hours in front it I managed to find myself standing and standing for almost an hour in front of Judith I by Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) . It reminded me of a past relationship she reminded me of Me as I studied her face. Whats going on with her eyes (desire) her parted lips look like they have the flavor of a lover covered with them (so much passion) Her head tilted to the side and body baring flesh (satisfaction) . She holds the head of a man more like a lover! (Deadly)
Dear Past Lover,
The path we traveled down together was not the wrong path we came to an fork in the road; I went left you went right. We left a mess of colorful crumpled leaves and scattered rocks in the shape of hearts along the side of the road that faded as the fork appeared, many followers wondered who left such a beautiful mess, they must of had such a wonderful time.
Be Blessed on your Travels
“The most domineering of all Gustav Klimt’s women is Judith and the Head of Holeferenes. She stares directly out at viewer, where all the rest of the girls look sideways. With her head tilted slightly up in a cocky gesture, she challenges the viewer. She wears an elaborately gilded golden body piece with a thick golden choker around her neck. She is also topless like many of Klimt’s subjects which give a sense of rawness. If you look closely, her hand is holding onto what appears to be a man’s head in the right bottom corner of the painting. This symbolizes her complete power over him.” via
THE NY ART BOOK FAIR 2-4 OCT 2009
Printed Matter, the world’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to publications made by artists, presents the fourth annual NY Art Book Fair, October 2-4 at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, Queens. The Fair previews on the evening of Thursday, October 1, followed by a benefit. Admission to the fair is FREE.