of ceramic plate art courtesy of Sara Romi Mann, Studio
Not Seemly To Be Famous" is
my interpretation of rhymed English translations of Pasternak's
poem by both George
Reavy and Lydia Pasternak. See Boris Pasternak, Poems,
p. 255, compiled by Evgeny Pasternak, Raduga Pub., Moscow.
road by Leonid Andreyev from Leonid
Andreyev: Photographs By A Russian Writer, Richard
Davies, Thames and Hudson, London, 1989. Used by kind permission
of Andreyev's heirs.
Feast Day by Chagall from Chagall, Ingo Walther and
Rainer Metzger, Taschen, 1987.
Lover's Face by Chagall, ibid.
Torah (Synagogue Interior), Madonna as the Guajji, and Blue
Night Manzinales courtesy of Daniel Marlin. firstname.lastname@example.org
Recruiter photo from Americans, Robert Frank, Scalo
Pub., Zurich, 1997.
of portrait by Francis Bruguiere from Camera Work by
Alfred Stieglitz, Dover, NY, 1978.
Horse sculpture and photo courtesy of Anton Lignell, Art
of Carnival Horse Carving, Many Horses Press, 1983.
and Gillespie photo from Jazz by Geoffrey C. Ward.
Knopf Pub., NY, 2000.
Swing cartoon by James Thurber, Alarms and Diversions,
Harper & Row, NY, 1929.
Wagner, George Herman Ruth 1918, Joseph Jackson, Joe Martina, & Walter
Johnson and Lou Gehrig photos by Charles M. Conlon from Baseball's
Golden Age by Neal McCabe
and Constance McCabe, Harry N. Abrams, NY, 1997.
Johnson photo by gracious courtesy of Baseball Hall of Fame,
Field (Neponsit NY) courtesy of Daniel Marlin. email@example.com
Leaf photo by Helen Buttfield from Of This World, Dial Press, NY, 1968.
Winter Trees photo by Jane English in Tao Te Ching by
Gia-Fu Feng and Jane English, translators, Vintage Books, NY,
Spring hillside photo by Roloff Beny in Odyssey, Harper & Row, NY,
Beeches by Vincent Van Gogh from I Am A Stranger On The Earth, Arnold
Dobrin, Frederick Warne, NY, 1975.
Girl photo from The Gods of Greece, Arianna Stassinopoulos
and Roloff Beny, Harry N. Abrams, NY, 1983
of Mercedes de Cordoba by Eduard Steichen in Camera
Work by Alfred Stieglitz, op. cit.
Woodland lovers painting from Song Of Solomon by Zeev
Raben, Shulammite Pub., Jerusalem.
Girl With A Pearl Ear Ring by Vermeer in Vermeer, Benedikt Taschen,
Koln, Germany, 1994.
Foggy mountain photo by Helen Buttfield, op cit.
Doorway photo, ibid.
Green Wheat Fields With Cypress by Vincent Van Gogh in Van Gogh, op
de Hooch, Interior With a Woman Peeling Apples, 1663
from The Story of Art, E.H. Gombrich, Phaidon Publications, Inc.,
Oxford University Press, NY, 1951
of a Child, c. 1615 from The
Story of Art, ibid.
Scareb stencil from Ancient Egyptian Cut and Use Stencils by
Theodore Menten, Dover, NY, 1976.
Mayan Temple photo courtesy of Carol Ferber Pryor.
photo by George Balazs in Fire
in the Turtle House, Osha Gray Davidson,
Public Affairs Press, NY.
by Roloff Beny in Thrones
of Earth and Heaven, Harry N.
Abrams, NY, 1958.
Moonlit Road photo by Helen Buttfield, op. cit.
Child by Rembrandt in Drawings of Rembrandt, v.2,
Dover Pub., 1965.
Couple cartoon by James Thurber in Is Sex Necessary? Harper & Row,
Park watercolor courtesy of Daniel Marlin. firstname.lastname@example.org
Angel ink drawing courtesy of Daniel Marlin. email@example.com
photo courtesy of Amy Melious, 1994,
Nightfires (Peasant Burning Weeds) by Vincent Van Gogh in Van
Gogh, op cit.
Lovers in fog photo by Roloff Beny in Japan In Color,
Thames and Hudson, London, 1967.
of Murchison Falls by Eliot Porter, The African Experience,
E.P. Dutton and Company, Inc., NY, 1972.
of author at forty courtesy of William and Judith Ray.
of cobbled road by Jan Lukas, Light and Shade, Melantrich,
Lincolns-Prager, Ltd., London, 1947.
Moonlit Ocean, photo by Gordon Parks in Glimpses Toward
Bulfinch Press, Little, Brown and Company, NY, 1996.
Building the Gate photo courtesy of William and Judith Ray.
Apsaras Cambodia photo by Roloff Beny in Pleasure of Ruins, Thames and
Hudson, London, 1966.
Summerfield (Wheatfields With Stacks) by Vincent Van Gogh in Van
Gogh, op cit.
Self-Portrait as St. Paul from Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Great
Museums of the World series, Newsweek Inc., Milan Italy,
1979, p. 76-7.
Torah photo courtesy of Zohar Zaied.
of geese by Helene Hoppenot,
Chine, Albert Skira, Paris, 1946.
Angel painting courtesy of Daniel Marlin. firstname.lastname@example.org
Street painting courtesy of Daniel Marlin. email@example.com
Rice and George Bush, copied from Forward, Forward Assn.
Street Glow Manhattan painting courtesy of Daniel Marlin. firstname.lastname@example.org
of aurora by Torbjörn Löugren, Harald Falek-Ytter,
Aurora, Floris Books, Anthroposophical Press,
Spring Valley, NY, 1983.
Sunlit foot photo by Jane English, op. cit.
Ramparts passage photo by Roloff Beny in A Time Of Gods,
Viking Press, 1962.
Cat Peak With Fog watercolor courtesy of Daniel Marlin. email@example.com
Matterhorn photo by Peak Pub., PO Box 8022, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546.
Photos of author courtesy of William and Judith
The Lovers 1916 by Chagall in Chagall, op. cit.
lthaca photo, frontispiece, in Odyssey, op-cit.
Crags photo by Jane English, op. cit.
Hand photo by Roloff Beny, The Pleasure of Ruins, op. cit.
of Palmyra Syria photo by Roloff Beny, Thrones of Earth
and Heaven, op.cit.
Towers (A View of Haarlem Seen From Overveen) in Rembrandt Drawings,
v. 1, op cit.
of statue, Helene
Hoppenot, Chine, Albert Skira, Paris, 1946.
and Child by Henry Moore, in Mother and Child: The Art
of Henry Moore,
Hofstra Museum, U. of Hofstra, Hempstead NY, 1987, used by kind permission
of The Henry Moore Foundation. Not to be reproduced or altered
without prior consent from The
Henry Moore Foundation.
Mary Dumas 1970 photo courtesy of William and Judith Ray.
painting by Vincent Van Gogh in Van Gogh,
You Shine" from
'Wire Walker', Joe Locke Trio, Steeple Chase Music. KODA,
1992, used by kind permission.
Katie Selover and Sophia Pisciotta photo courtesy of Larry
Doves photo by Jane English, op. cit.
Photo of Rose Cecelia Ray courtesy of William and
of Machu Picchu and Intihuatani courtesy
of James Q. Jacobs, jqjacobs.net
With Birds 1911 by Chagall in Chagall,
op. cit. Used by permission of Minneapolis Institute of Art,
copyright The Putnam Dana McMillan Fund, by arrangement with
Rights Society, NY.
The Youthful Poet Sleeping on Bank by William Blake,
in William Blake, William Vaughn, St. Martin's Press, NY, 1977.
article reprinted by kind permission of Ridge Review, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mother and Child, 1983 by Henry Moore, in Mother and Child:
The Art of Henry Moore, used by kind permission of The
Henry Moore Foundation. Not to be reproduced or altered
without prior consent from The
Henry Moore Foundation.
Circus With Red Horse by Chagall in Chagall, op cit.
Chagall and Bella photo by Lipnitzki, Viollet, Paris.
Comet Hyakutake 1996 photo copyright by Vic Winter.
Locke and Ray photo 1953, courtesy of Mary Rose Locke.
Author photo 1994 courtesy of Amy Melious,
photographs and quotations from works of Ruth Loyd Miller in
"Shakespeare Papers" used by gracious permission
of the Miller family.
Sonnets Epigraph and Cardano Grille articles by kind permission
of Vladimir Nabokov poem by kind permission of Dmitri Nabokov
and the Nabokov Estate © 1979; reprinted in Ever Reader
(No. 9, September / Fall 1999)
crediting sources and references, I have made an effort to
contact all the publishers mentioned here. The few who responded
are gratefully acknowledged. Much of the graphic work included
comes from my friends and I thank them from the heart.
Creating this electronic selection of my work has been very much a cooperative
effort. Monty Levenson and Eva Strauss Rosen endeavored to provide me with
the materials and the encouragement to proceed. Shelley
Dorbin assisted greatly to organize the files for website use, and he taught
me to manage the materials. Sarah Hamman prepared the files for Internet use
and got them on line. Jerri-Jo Idarius collaborated with me to construct the
present website. I consider all a guild that made it possible. Art deals with
using the materials at hand to make something. In this sense,
Jerri-Jo of Creation-Designs.com played an equal role in making the visible
form shown here. I am humbly grateful that these friends considered the project
passage cannot be completed without acknowledging those who
believed in me. These are my wife Judith whose presence
pervades these pages; friends Daniel Marlin, Anton Lignell,
David Kiebert, Sanford Dorbin and Michael A'Dair; and the
elders — Rose Cecelia Ray, Frederick and Mary Rose
Locke, and Rabbi Norman F. Feldheym — who sacrificed
for my sake. May they approve this gesture.
indicate the cultural life underlying our cooperative effort,
I should like to give sketches of those who contributed.
Levenson is one of the world's leading shakuhachi craftsmen.
Eva Strauss Rosen is a jeweler of Judaica and her art has been
shown nationally. Hamsa.com
Shelley Dorbin taught himself website construction as a child
and has assisted businesses in Willits.
Hamman is an experienced reference librarian and was the
primary website expert for Mendocino County Library.
Idarius has studied calligraphy with Lloyd Reynolds. She
is a graphic artist and healing arts practitioner. Creation-Designs.com
Melious has been a restorative, commercial and art photographer
since 1985 and his work has been shown widely in Northern
Melious produces portraits, nature photography, and hand
done photos that recall the subtlety of Matisse and Manet.
Romi Mann creates Judaica ceramics which combine authentic
mystical vision and Byzantine geometical precision. Her work
has been widely featured in shows and magazines. Studio
Marlin is a recognized writer and painter in the United States
and Japan. He has dedicated himself to peace throughout
his life. His art and thought are sampled by Googling dorumen. email@example.com
Lignell is considered the pre-eminent rocking horse carver
in the world. He recently produced a children's story,
Lizard and the Language of the Great Pyramid,
which philosophically and mathematically unlocks the meaning
of the Egyptian pyramids.
He is at work on the complete mathematical proof which illustrates
a geometric harmony among earth, moon and sun.