THE PERCEPTIVE HORIZON OF THE AMERICAN WEST – A California journey, the dream of instant creativity.

California Dream, the psychological motivation to gain creativity. Reading the “Beauty Myth” (a nonfiction book by Naomi Wolf) and “Collected Poems” by William Everson, listening “Songs from the Attik” by Brooke White you experience this “California author trip”, where the incredible paintings by Wayne Thiebaud ever will remain into you memories. Four creative people and four special cities. This is …

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WHEN BEAUTY PROVOKES HARASSMENT – Naomi Wolf /Writing about the beauty myth.

The fixation on female thinness? An obsession about female obedience. Famous Golden Gate Bridge it is one of the modern wonders of the world. With so much to do in this amazing city, do not forget San Francisco is famous also for its restaurants. Best waterfront? Fisherman’s Wharf. Here you can experience some fantastic food. 1.5 miles off the shore, …

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BEAT TO THE SQUARE, SQUARE TO THE BEAT – William Everson / The strange vocation of a Californian poet.

When Poetry become an orchestration into vast, compelling wholes. This former gold-mining centre is now a modern city, but with plenty of reminders of its past. Entering Old Sacramento district, you will discover some old-world charm. Hip urban areas? Midtown, where you can tour craft breweries. Something special? Dragon House, featuring murals and even lamp poles made of fairies. (This …

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SONGS FROM THE ATTIC – Brooke White / Singing Hold Up My Heart.

Debuting at number 47. Los Angeles is big, stuffed with so many worthwhile experiences that you will never be asking yourself what to do. Before browsing the shelves at Small World Books, grab lunch at the local Figtree’s Café. Venice Beach (has long been known), the bohemian epicenter of California, the boardwalk is still a brilliant place for people watching. …

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WAYNE THIEBAUD, AMERICAN PAINTER – Stylized realism, depicting everyday objects and scenes.

When paintings reflect the continuity and visual connections between past and present. Our journey into California creativity, today brings us to Mesa (on the border with Arizona), to learn about art through paintings. Located in the named Maricopa County, it is a city filled with museums and hiking opportunities (do not forget its delicious food and drink). You will have …

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ON RAFFAELLO’S TRACES – A “author’s journey” from Urbino to Rome, following the artistic path of a creative genius.

Crossing the existential parable of a talent, through places and faces of his characters. In Urbino, the collections belonging to the National Gallery of the Marche, are on display in Ducal Palace (built for the Duke Federico da Montefeltro), http://www.gallerianazionalemarche.it/en/ducal-palace/ where next to his own rooms (between the twin turrets), the Duke had a splendid study built using wood inlay. …

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KISSED MOUTH DON’T LOSE ITS FORTUNE – Giovanni Boccaccio / The Decameron.

When farmers allowed one rooster for ten hens. Stendhal’s syndrome, is a psychosomatic disorder that causes dizziness and hallucinations when an individual is exposed to an experience of great personal viewing art. Welcome Florence, while you exposed to the super concentrated works of art. Don’t worry for syndrome, the effects are relatively short-lived, but what you will see remain with …

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SHORT AND FULLY POETIC MASTERPIECES – Sandro Penna / A strange joy of living, even in pain.

Oracular wisdom verses, inside Epic imprint. Here you find historical structures, museums and attractions such as the Perugina Chocolate Factory https://www.perugina.com/it During the Middle Ages, Perugia was known for its devotion to the development of arts and culture. Here he was called to work Raphael, when he moved between Florence and Perugia. Today it is a small museum dedicated to …

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ALBERTO BURRI – ITALIAN PAINTER AND SCULPTOR – Shutting off from the rest of the world.

To create a new platform for visual arts. Following the traces of Raffaello’s life, our art itinerary arrives in a city where he worked in the Church of San Nicola, Città di Castello. https://www.umbriatourism.it/en_US/-/citta-di-castello Pliny the Younger built his villa (until now identified with walls, mosaic floors and marble fragments). As you can observe, the city is mostly built of brick. …

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RAFFAELLO SANZIO, ITALIAN PAINTER AND ARCHITECT – A leading figure of Italian High Renaissance classicism.

When more serene and harmonious qualities are regarded as the highest models. The collections belonging to the National Gallery of the Marche, are on display in Ducal Palace built for the Duke Federico, http://www.gallerianazionalemarche.it/en/ducal-palace/ where next to his own rooms (between the twin turrets), he had a study built using wood inlay. The museum’s prestige is linked to the masterpieces of …

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SPEND BROOKLYN DAY BLENDING ECCENTRIC CREATIVE TASTES – Be sure to check out the Artists and Fleas market in Williamsburg.

Where anyone looking to display, discover, or enjoy a artistic modern-day bazaar. Maybe, here you too can consider a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge or along the scenic Brooklyn Heights promenade. It offers attractions for every type of traveler. Something special? Head for Williamsburg, where to hear live music and shop for vintage threads. In Brooklyn, Park Slope is the …

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THERE IS NO SPECIAL MEMORY AS A JOURNEY TO BROOKLYN – The place where originality meets innovation.

Brooklyn, the ability of taking the seemingly ordinary. There is no friend as loyal as a book, he had said Ernest Hemingway. In Park Slope, entering into Unnameable Books http://unnameablebooks.blogspot.com/ you can buy a used novel “Cach–22” by a writer that had grow here: Joseph Heller. Among the most celebrated poets of the early twentieth century, she had loved the …

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