Bluebird in the eyeless city


Bluebird in the eyeless city by Johannes Beilharz
Acrylic on canvas, 2005

Posted for Get Surreal at Totally Optional Prompts

About James Steerforth

I am an author of poetry and fiction, translator and painter who loves to have fun with borrowed feathers.
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4 Responses to Bluebird in the eyeless city

  1. whypaisley says:

    i have a hard time with surreal art… i mean,, if you buy it to match your furniture ok… but as far as true interpretation…. i would definitely have to be on some serious dope….

  2. typingaway says:

    very nice , thanks for sharing, UL

  3. sweettalkingguy says:

    Now you’re really talking, this is my kind of canvas..

  4. greyscaleterritory says:

    Love this world. It is a pot pourri of nature’s token symbol, a constant, in a buzzing, variable almost unrecognisable sea of urban tensions and colour.

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