Karamba Bambaramba

Karamba Bambaramba

Earth / creative expression, understanding process of evolving, philosophy, way of Being , moment, respect, autenticity , collages, style-rythm.presence
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Jimi Hendrix playing accordian ! - Shared by The Lewis Hamilton Band - https://www.facebook.com/lewishamiltonband/app_2405167945 - www.lewishamiltonmusic.com http://www.reverbnation.com/lewishamiltonmusic -

Jimi Hendrix playing accordian ! - Shared by The Lewis Hamilton Band - https://www.facebook.com/lewishamiltonband/app_2405167945 - www.lewishamiltonmusic.com http://www.reverbnation.com/lewishamiltonmusic -

Projectweek kunst 2017

Projectweek kunst 2017

Her "Majesty" (pedunculate oak '1720'). Fairy tale oak tree considered to be the mightiest and finest of all ancient trees in Britain. She is also considered the thickest tree in Britain, her trunk 13ft across with a circumference of 40ft when measured at chest height. She is over 500 years old & is entirely hollow inside, as is very often the case with old oak trees.

Her "Majesty" (pedunculate oak '1720'). Fairy tale oak tree considered to be the mightiest and finest of all ancient trees in Britain. She is also considered the thickest tree in Britain, her trunk 13ft across with a circumference of 40ft when measured at chest height. She is over 500 years old & is entirely hollow inside, as is very often the case with old oak trees.

Rainbow Church by Tokujin Yoshioka Tokujin Yoshioka'a Rainbow Church, 26 ft high installation made of 500 crystal prisms. “I experienced a space filled with the light of Matisse: Being bathed in the sunlight of the Provence, the stained glass with Matisse’s vibrant colors suffused the room with full of colors. Since then, I had been dreaming of designing an architecture where people can feel the light with all senses."

Rainbow Church by Tokujin Yoshioka Tokujin Yoshioka'a Rainbow Church, 26 ft high installation made of 500 crystal prisms. “I experienced a space filled with the light of Matisse: Being bathed in the sunlight of the Provence, the stained glass with Matisse’s vibrant colors suffused the room with full of colors. Since then, I had been dreaming of designing an architecture where people can feel the light with all senses."