Lyrics, poetry and art all meshed together

Monday, December 10, 2007


AN OPPORTUNITY NOT TO BE MISSED

POET & ARTIST

CATHY DELALEU

Showcasing her latest artwork on sale for the Holidays
Saturday, 12/15/07
5:30pm-10pm
Brooklyn, New York
There will be music and appetizers

Affordable paintings for under $100

If you’d like to attend please email her for directions
cathy@delaleuwritings.com
If you cannot attend, artwork will be on display online
Sunday, 12/16/07

13 comments:

iamnasra said...

Go go girl

Lyrically speaking said...

Iamnasra: Thank you...wish you could attend :)

Lovebabz said...

Wow,
I love what I see on your blog. I will come back.
Your blog is lovely and energetic and lush. Happy Holidays!
Love,
Babz

Kstyles said...

Beautiful painting!

Blu Jewel said...

Congrats lady! I so wish I could be there, but I already have plans. Best wishes and continued success.

Kawana Aminata Oliver said...

Nice ;-)

Ali's Zay said...

You are awesome! By the way, how much is that painting. I LOVE IT!

Lyrically speaking said...

Lovebabz: Welcome to my world, please come back again

Kstyles: Thank you

Blu Jewel: Still waiting for your phone call, thanks and let's chat soon

Kawana: Thanks for the beautiful visit

Xavier: It would have been nice to sell you this painting "Golden Moment" but I sold it already this week...a lot of people love it. Stay tuned for more art over the weekend. Thanks for the support

Torrance Stephens bka All-Mi-T said...

very sedulous and plane...nice

mermaid said...

Did you sell out? I'm guessing not, for an artist always has at least one painting that is too valuable to be taken away.

Kai C. said...

thats cool.:)

Lyrically speaking said...

Torrance: Thanks for the visit

Mermaid: Nope, didn't sell out as I expected, many cancelled due to the weather

Kai: Thanks :)

mayiwana said...

Sak pase Cathy?

I found you on the net a couple of years ago and I was thrilled. I have been a real fan ever since. Soon after I found your poetry and art on the net a couple of years ago I fell in love. I have since been on a real journey. I never thought that I would ever be in love like that. Unfortunately, it is unrequited and I take solace in your work.

I left the country with my kids for awhile and I did not have access to the net. I was so happy to find you again when I came back to the States a few months ago. I am so happy that a Haitian woman Brooklyn resident is as erotic and provocative as you.

Your art and your poetry embody healthy and healing sexuality to me. You are the Haitian female incarnation of Marvin Gaye and so many others of that genre. I can't wait for some Haitian poetry explosion with you and other artists from the diaspora.

kenbe fenm.
all the best and all the love.
mayiwana.