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If Jackson Pollock was a photographer – #10

I imagine one his photographs might look like this:    

If Jackson Pollock was a photographer – #9 – White Poles

I imagine one his photographs might look like this:    

If Jackson Pollock was a photographer, #8

I imagine one his photographs might look like this:  

If Jackson Pollock was a photographer, #7

I imagine one his photographs might look like this:

If Jackson Pollock was a photographer, #5

I imagine one of his photos would look like this:

Poem – Beyond What We Think We See

The lonely path tunneled through the daily routine and expectations. The tunnel was your gateway and hiding place, a retreat when life became too real, a distraction. Did ever see the colors of the sunset as they appeared over the black waters in the city? I imagine you looking at nothing in particular on the […]
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Jackson Pollock in the news

My favorite painter is in the news again, but for good reasons. Lior Shamir, a computer scientist at Lawrence Technological University, has developed software that analyzes images and is able to authenticate a painting from 90% to 100% accuracy with the proper training and testing. As an example, he analyzed 26 Jackson Pollock paintings initially […]
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If Jackson Pollock was a photographer, #4

I imagine one of his photos would look like this:

Fall 2014 Issue of Stone Path Review has been published

The Fall 2014 issue of Stone Path Review is now available for reading at http://www.stonepathreview.com and http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/823370?__r=322616 Interview with: Peter Vircks Poetry by: Amanda Barusch, Anuja Ghimire, Deonte Osayande, Gary Glauber, Lisa Megraw, Ralph Monday, Robert Henschel, Jr., Rochelle Natt, Salvatore Folisi, Samantha Tetangco, Wendy Brown-Baez Short Story by: John Richmond Paintings by: Margaret Karmazin […]
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If Jackson Pollock was a photographer, #3

I imagine one of his photos would look like this: