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Re: Aroids in Art

  • Subject: Re: Aroids in Art
  • From: George Yao <gcyao@mydestiny.net>
  • Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2007 13:43:48 +0800

Julius and Jason,

If you look closely at the shoes, they are also aroid inflorescences! 
The hat seems to be an inflorescence too, not just a spadix stuck into it.

George Yao

At 11/24/2007 09:08 PM, you wrote:

>  Dear Jason,
>Thank you so very much for going to the trouble of getting a photo 
>of the artwork on line so that those of us who have an interest in 
>this sort of ''aroids in art'' can view it---I KNOW that Deni Bown, 
>Steve Marak and several others are also thanking you!
>What an interesting use of the ''Lorda and Ladies"' legend and 
>motifs!   I was also struck by the fact that even the hooded hunting 
>falconet of the right hand of the lady also had its feathers 
>made/drawn of the same ''material'' as the garb of the humans, 
>seemingly Arum leaves!
>Thanks again, Jason!
>Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2007 00:26:15 +0100
>  From: "Marek Argent"
>  Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Aroids in Art
>  To: "Discussion of aroids"
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>  You could take a photo...
>  Marek Argent
>Well, of course I thought of that; but I've never yet seen a
>photo successfully come through on Aroid-L.  I don't submit
>photos often enough to have a website of them.
>I have now set it up on Photobucket, for your viewing
>Jason Hernandez
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