Reblog, Street Level by Tiffany Arp-Daleo
In collaboration with a poetry tie-in : “THE LOST SEASON,” POEM BY JONI CAGGIANO
This is a special presentation from artist Tiffany Arp-Daleo, whom many of my readers/viewers have seen work from here on my site, teaming up with poet Joni Caggiano.
Mashups, of all kinds, tend to mostly either work or just miss, the contributing creative components each already recognized for their talents; the only question remaining – does the mashup mess up or mesh up?
You’ve probably guessed I’m reblogging because this is definitely a mesh up for me! 😊
Tiffany’s signature look above is easily recognizable by her friends and readers of my reblog of her work and Joni’s input, well, it’s poetry so you’ll need to give it more than just a look, lol! But here’s a two line sampling —
her hues and tints on palette lay orange and redhttps://the-inner-child.com/2021/09/27/featured-artist-tiffany-arp-daleo/
no painting of leaves or merging bodies in their bed
I won’t give away the surprising full rhythms and rhymes of each of the three full stanzas, but I found them a delight to read on their own, and, with an added tingle visualizing Tiffany’s work playing in Joni’s creative heart of words ❤️
Both posts are short and to the point, yet both posts, I believe, image and verse, linger 💕
On the Way to the Cantina by Tiffany Arp-Daleo
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Thanks so much everyone!
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Thanks again, everyone! 😊