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I wanted to take some time to reflect on some of the recent artwork I have created since New Year’s Day 2011 starting with First Self-Portraits of the New Year  which led to my collaboration with friend and poet Carl Watts: “Looking at Life Behind the Eye of the Universe.”

Below is a video pictorial of some of my current artwork.  I hope you enjoy viewing it as much as I did preparing it.

The summer solstice occurs exactly when the Earth’s axial tilt is most inclined towards the sun at its maximum of 23° 26′. Though the summer solstice is an instant in time, the term is also colloquially used like Midsummer to refer to the day on which it occurs. Except in the polar regions (where daylight is continuous for many months during the spring and summer), the day on which the summer solstice occurs is the day of the year with the longest period of daylight. Thus the seasonal significance of the Summer solstice is in the reversal of the gradual shortening of nights and lengthening of days. The summer solstice occurs in June in the Northern Hemisphere and in December in the Southern Hemisphere.

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“The Strange & Wonderful Eyes of Frank Cunha III Pictorial #3″ (TCP)CHICAGO
written by Scott Pollack Chief Editor

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An Ode to a Rose


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Saint Valentine is the name of several martyred saints of ancient Rome. The name “Valentine”, derived from valens (worthy, strong, powerful), was popular in Late Antiquity. Of the Saint Valentine whose feast is on February 14th, nothing is known except his name and that he was buried at the Via Flaminia north of Rome on February 14th. It is even uncertain whether the feast of that day celebrates only one saint or more saints of the same name. For this reason this liturgical commemoration was not kept in the Catholic calendar of saints for universal liturgical veneration as revised in 1969. But “Martyr Valentinus the Presbyter and those with him at Rome” remains in the list of saints proposed for veneration by all Catholics.
More: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Valentine


An Ode to a Rose

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Saint Valentine is the name of several martyred saints of ancient Rome. The name “Valentine”, derived from valens (worthy, strong, powerful), was popular in Late Antiquity. Of the Saint Valentine whose feast is on February 14th, nothing is known except his name and that he was buried at the Via Flaminia north of Rome on February 14th. It is even uncertain whether the feast of that day celebrates only one saint or more saints of the same name. For this reason this liturgical commemoration was not kept in the Catholic calendar of saints for universal liturgical veneration as revised in 1969. But “Martyr Valentinus the Presbyter and those with him at Rome” remains in the list of saints proposed for veneration by all Catholics. More: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Valentine


Hockey Hair Cuts Before Thanksgiving

Before the Boys got their Thanksgiving haircuts I wanted to memorialize their golden locks.
Don’t let their good looks fool, you these kids are tough like hockey players.  Happy Thanksgiving!


Photo of the Day

New York City “MeltDown”

Beach Boy at the Jersey Shore

Beach Boy at the Jersey Shore

Beach Boy at the Jersey Shore

Photo of the Day – August 20, 2010

This photograph was taken at Point Pleasant Beach in NJ earlier this summer.  I edited the background a bit, click here for the original.

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Copyright © 2010 Frank Cunha III.
Frank Cunha III – Architect & Visual Artist
Registered Architect, NJ, NY, PA, CT, DE
PO Box 335, Hamburg, NJ 07419
E-mail: fc3arch @me.com
Tel: 973.970.3551
Fax: 973.718.4641

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Artwork of the Day: “Crosses to Bear”

Crosses to Bare

Crosses to Bare

Artwork of the Day – August 14, 2010

“Crosses to Bare” is a burden that one has to carry on their own. It doesn’t always mean that it is a physical burden, it may be a psychological burden. It isn’t something that can be shared or off loaded. It is a reference to the Biblical account that Jesus Christ carried his own cross.

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Copyright © 2010 Frank Cunha III.
Frank Cunha III – Architect & Visual Artist
Registered Architect, NJ, NY, PA, CT, DE
PO Box 335, Hamburg, NJ 07419
E-mail: fc3arch @me.com
Tel: 973.970.3551
Fax: 973.718.4641

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