James Gleeson ~ “The Attitude of Lightning Towards a Lady Mountain”, 1939
James Gleeson (22 November 1915 – 20 October 2008) was Australia’s foremost surrealist painter, being widely known as the “father of Australian surrealism”. Gleeson’s fascination with the burgeoning surrealist movement began in the ’30s and continued growing through the ’40s when the artist’s travels took him around Europe, offering opportunities to see first hand the work of Salvador Dali and Giorgio de Chirico. At this time he became interested in the writings of psychologists such as Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. These would become major intellectual influences for his art. <source>
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Let's talk Syria. →
Everyeveryeveryone is obsessing over the situation in Israel, but I haven’t seen a single goddamn post about Syria, and it’s, frankly, distressing that nobody cares. So, here I am, talking about Syria.
The civil war that is currently taking place in Syria started in March of 2011. It was,…
Old Green Chevy. On Route 66 in the Black Mountains of Arizona.