Emi Fujimoto Autumn Ravens

Emi Fujimoto  is a young Japanese photographer and artist with an "innocent" macabre style. Ravens, moons, puppets and cats sparkle across her gallery, set against the dim and beautiful world only her lens can create.           View more of Emi's work here , on Flickr or follow her on Google+: [button link="https://plus.google.com/u/0/103385680316204614182/posts" color="black" newwindow="yes"] Add Emi Fujimoto to Circles [/button] Read the latest car news and check out newest photos, articles,...

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Karen Bondarchuk Crows: Scavenging Scavengers

Karen Bondarchuk, assistant professor of art, will be one of about 30 members of Western Michigan University’s Gwen Frostic School of Art faculty and staff who’ll display pieces in the annual art faculty exhibit, which opened on Thursday and runs through Dec. 23. The works will range from oil on canvas and mixed media to sculpture and, well, crows.  Karen originally began sculpting the birds from...

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Jutta Maue Kay – Crows on a Cloud

[caption id="attachment_1041" align="alignnone" width="600" caption="©Jutta Maue Kay"][/caption] Jutta Maue Kay is a German native with a passion for human rights and conservation. She has been all over the world, and currently resides in Vancouver, where her newest subjects are in vast abundance. The images she captures of the Ravens and Carrion Crows of the Pacific Northwest are truly special. Each one is infused...

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The Crow and the Fox

[caption id="attachment_940" align="alignnone" width="436" caption="By Forwearemany"][/caption] Jean de La Fontaine (July 8, 1621, Château-Thierry – April 13, 1695) was the most famous French fabulist and one of the most widely read French poets of the 17th century. While he did not hesitate to borrow freely from other writers, both ancient and modern, Jean de La Fontaine nevertheless created a style and a poetic universe at once personal and...

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Linda Jarvis: Birds of a Feather

[caption id="attachment_931" align="alignnone" width="576" caption="The Red Door"][/caption] "Today I heard a raven in the distance. As he flew over me he sent out his throaty, gravelly call. I called back, pretty nicely I might add, but he kept going without answering. However, as he flew by, the whispers of his wings pushing the air landed so quietly on my ears it nearly took my breath away. So...

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Rachel Rolseth’s Ravens

Rachel Rolseth was raised in suburban Minnesota, USA, and now lives in Minneapolis, where Ravens are a common sight among the remaining Elm treetops, and crows take over the parks en-masse. "Painting is my passion, my therapy and sometimes my soapbox. Mostly though, painting is a way for me to exaggerate the beauty that already exists in the world and to share that vision with others. It...

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Andrea Pratt “Corvus”

[caption id="attachment_790" align="alignnone" width="500" caption="Life Death and Dinner"][/caption] Andrea Pratt is a Vancouver, Canada native with more than 9 years of skill building and inspiration. She has worked in both photography and teaching and is now a full time artist.  Enchanted by the resident magi of Vancouver and all of BC , the carrion crow, her art reflects their mastery of their domain in a story-book way. [caption...

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Alice Richard’s Dreamland

Dreamland is a series from illustrator Alice Richard inspired by the poem by Edgar Allan Poe, intended to accompany the spectacle by the same name played by EidÔloN. As is commonplace with Poe, Crows and Ravens make an appearance throughout the series without having to be intriduced formally by the words. [one_half]By a route obscure and lonely, Haunted by ill angels only, Where an Eidolon, named NIGHT, On a black throne...

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