Albert Einstein today as a child would probably be on drugs diagnosed with ADHD or Autism!
He didn’t talk until 4.
His grandmother called him ‘thick’ or not very smart.
Repeated words and sentences over and over until he was 7.
Maybe had a form of autism.
Didn’t learn to read until 9 and didn’t like school.
He was disorganized, forgot things, his lectures were hard to follow – the classical ‘absent-minded’ professor.
He attended a Catholic elementary school in Munich until he was 12.
Dropped out of high school at 16.
Failed the entrance exam the first time he applied for college!
What a loser by today’s standards!
But still the greatest creative scientific mind in history!
Recently bought an Electronic Keyboard and therefore like to play with my organ.
So to speak!
No lessons, just playing without rhyme, reason or spicy seasonings!
This is a tune I like to call ‘Cute Judy Lee’ humming as she merrilly strolls down the lane you see!
Aware that few or if any will even listen or see!
Check out “Cute Judy Lee” by “Hal Barbera” on #BandLab –
Nikola Tesla’s Laws of the Conservation of Imagination and Creativity require that we recycle our art, ideas, words and underwear!
Save the planet…
Save the blogosphere………
Frequently change your dirty underwear!
Actually, it was Carlo Espiritu and The Shadow that made me do this!
I like to find humor in my silly life.
To find things and situations around me that makes me laugh.
I then quickly jot down a few silly words in a draft.
Then let it fester for my subconscious to figure out and craft.
Yes! To somehow find the ideas and images that express “what’s it all about.”
A few days later, to the draft, I do return.
And my subconscious floods my conscious with a Tsunami of findings and words.
I search for or create some art to somehow express all the ideas and words.
The art then in itself changes some of the first, second and third words.
Back and forth the process does goes.
Until I finally say the hell with it … and off the silly post goes!
Like Sindoor in India
the art and lacquerware of China……
As powdered mineral cinnabar
or the color of a scale insect
Between red and rose
a brilliant red or scarlet sky…………
Vermilion Sindoor Kumkum.
The “timeless” time
of the indigenous Australian’s
Like the widely used
art and decorations of Ancient Rome
the illuminated manuscripts of the Middle Ages
the paintings of the Renaissance.
strong red color inclining to purple
slightly bluish-red between red and rose.
The pigments of Ancient Dreams
perpetual “timeless” time.
Vermilion Sindoor Kumkum!
Say What!? 🧐
Artist: Amy Barbera, “Make Me a Butterfly” ……