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Saturday, June 04, 2005

A take on "Washington Square" by Beauford Delaney

As I remember Beauford Delaney’s painting of Washington Square" when I saw it at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts in March: There was something about that painting that struck a deep chord of confused sensory stimuli— something not quite comfortable yet inviting like a scene lit by a thunderstorm.

Thunder Storm Jazz Scene

Wind bent
street reflections
blown blue, cybernetic
yellows, siren red night rumbling . . .
eye spiel.


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