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David Wiley

Always a pleasure, always a joy. Bravo, David.

Diane Armitage

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Unusual Mix

David Wiley and Kandinsky-an unusual mix and yet an exceedingly interesting one. Wiley is still alive and they both live through their paintings. Beautiful, thanks.

Flo Pierman

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Aux Barricades!

David Wiley's piece Aux Barricades! (January 2014) is but another example of his outstanding and continuing genius. I am privileged to be his friend and to have shared the adventure with him of my own writing and art. Bravo!

sondra olson

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David Wiley, Painting and Poetry

It is a pleasure to find David Wiley's poetry and paintings in Scene4 Magazine. I look forward to the publication of " Poetry of Color".

Willie Marlowe

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The Poet Robert Stock

Thanks to David Wiley for his sensitive and perceptive piece on Bob Stock. I knew Bob in San Francisco, 1966 through 1968, approximately, before he moved to New York. He held weekly poetry nights -- Thursdays, if memory serves -- in his family's Mission district flat. I was a regular. I remember Bob first for his perseverance, second for his erudition. Thanks again. Robert Stock will be remembered. I hope his poetry will get the recognition it deserves.

David Sligar

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Joseph Bellacera

David Wiley quotes Ruskin on Turner: "His paint brush is the mind's tongue, tasting and probing into the rock heart of things," and tributes Bellacera with that, and rightfully so. I've seen Bellacera in a number of locations and I even own one of his remarkable works. But viewing his paintings as photographs on a computer page is so defeating (even though the quality of display in this fine magazine is excellent). One must come into a physical rapprochement with Bellacera's paintings, the sensuality, the cuisine of his paint. He takes us into dimensions, into dreams.

Mendel Bortman

David Wiley on Joseph Bellacera

David Wiley's Art

David Wiley never ceases to amaze me. Fauvist, impressionist, expressionist, a sense enhancing display of styles and effects and passionate content. And then there's his poetry, words that are images and images that are words. He's all of the above and he is above all an artist. He's David Wiley! The magazine captures him beautifully. Thanks for doing that.

Macin Arbenot

David Wiley's art:
At the Start of the Grand Canal and Bridges to the Arsenal

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