Author Archives: beilharz

About beilharz

Writer, painter, translator, photographer

White Oleander

White oleander in bloom Olympus 35 RC with orange filter on Rollei IR 400 infrared film. PicFair

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Abstraction

Abstract photography (Sony Xperia Mini Pro with Vignette for Android)

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Roll over Keithhoven

Roll over Keithhoven Painting by Johannes Beilharz (acrylic and oil crayon on paper, 2020)

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Surrounded by graffiti

Surrounded by graffiti (Vignette for Android, 2013)

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You’re so square

Playing around with something very much Josef Albers. Digital on digital, 2020.  

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A Diebenkorn Landscape

Caught myself playing around with a Diebenkorn landscape painting.

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Culture

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Desperate heroine

Pearl Thusi as Queen Sono in a still shot from the crime series Queen Sono (2020) set in Africa While this spy series, a Netflix production, has a few plot holes, it is definitely suspenseful and holds special interest for … Continue reading

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In the vein of …

The wicker chair holds the door back –it might close from the wind made by the fan The whirr of the fan fills the roombut there are occasional scrapes and steps from belowwhere the cleaning man is doing his job … Continue reading

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To my mother, the painter

The way you talked of Cézanneand Paula Modersohnwe kids expected themto walk in any time andjoin us for lunch, tea or dinner.It took us a few yearsof growing up to realizethey were long dead.I’m not sure nowwhat is more aliveto … Continue reading

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