April 25, 1928 - July 5, 2011
"But Mr. Twombly, a tall, rangy Virginian who once practiced drawing in the dark to make his lines less purposeful, steadfastly followed his own program and looked to his own muses..."
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Love your beautiful tribute. I will certainly miss that lovely Mr. Twombly!ReplyDelete
yup.... the best scribbler... nice tribute... xoReplyDelete
What a lovely tribute Lynne.ReplyDelete
"steadfastly followed his own program and looked to his own muses...". . . yes, the best way to go through life, I'm thinkingReplyDelete
Wow, I'm really cloistered in this week, I has no idea. Yes, he was a great scribbler and much much more.-JReplyDelete
Beautiful tribute!!! xoxoxoReplyDelete
Nice tribute Lynne. His work is amazing. xoxoReplyDelete
Whoever will fill his shoes??? Hmmm.ReplyDelete
And yesterday's pencil box was only overshadowed by the best VanGogh quote--EvEr!!!
Man. I love your blog, woman.
I love your tribute. I make marks with my eyes closed....love that he did it in the dark.ReplyDelete
Definitely! Thanks for posting this. Beautiful piece!ReplyDelete
a beautiful tribute.ReplyDelete
you keep opening me up, up, up.ReplyDelete
A beautiful tribute to a special artist!ReplyDelete
I learn so much from you. The world has been blessed by these amazing scribbles. Thank you for sharing your respect for them with us !ReplyDelete
arms unfurling in yet another way...fly, cy, fly!ReplyDelete
Oh, wow. I had no idea...ReplyDelete
Yes, he was the best scribbler; a high distinction, to my mind. Thanks for sharing this, Lynne.ReplyDelete
p.s. my word verification was 'coleresq'- that's my new favorite word! You are so coloresque, Lynne!ReplyDelete