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As a resident of Little Russia in West Hollywood, I always see the strangest things. Like cloud whisps above Chabad Community Center candles, on a day where avante garde fashion designer, John Galliano has taken on Oscar winner Natalie Portman‘s people of Jerusalem opening up the anti-semitic debate. I’m just going to let the sky answer on that. No, it’s not saying 9-11 (this year, anyway!) instead, it has it’s own upturned Salvador Dali mustache today. :)

Hollywood blog shares we’re sharing via social media, that you like… here we go then.

1. Dark, weird & manipulative – Ryan Gosling & Kiki Dunst talk movies

2. George W. Bush is a wanted man

3. Whites gnashes just got bigger

4. 10 rugby football stars of New Zealand

5. Aunt Frieda of Syria was da illest in a Westwood kitchen.

6. Rabbi Topp runs a smart community in LA

7. Texas Landscapes & the Coen Brothers – a winning cinematic formula

8. As Good as it Gets poetry – Sam Cruickshank for Mauri ‘Ola poets collective

9. Klutz Confessions 12.27.10

10. All of the Lights lyricsKanye West feat Rihanna & friends

Thought for the day – The concessions of the weak, are the concessions of fear.–Forbes website.

[Hollywood photography - Herb Ritts on Dustin Hoffman, on Salvador Dali - 1996]

Bonus Post – Ko wai a Natalie Hershlag? Forbes Magazine related Quotes: “Mazel is the term used in Jewish mysticism to describe the root of the soul. The mystics say that only a ray of our soul actually inhabits our body. The main part of the soul, our mazel, remains above, shining down on us from a distance.

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 3.1.11. Other bloggers and USA media outlets who might be covering anti-semitic news awareness Hollywood entertainment news today too, are: Ellen GoodmanDavid KirkpatrickHoward KurtzNew York TimesNPRNewsweekPeoplePoliticoProPublicaRadarReutersRolling StoneThe RootSalonSan Francisco ChronicleSlateTIMETimes Of LondonTMZUSA TodayVanity FairWall Street JournalWashington IndependentWashington TimesWashington Post; ; Youth RadioAltercation (Media Matters)AmericablogAndrew SullivanBAGnewsNotesBloggingheadsBoing BoingBrave New FilmsBuzzFeedPeek (Alternet)Political AnimalPolitical Capital (CNBC)Political WireRaw StoryRedstate.orgSeeing The ForestThe Swamp (Chicago Tribune)Swampland (Time)TalkLeftTalking Points MemoTapped (American Prospect)Taylor MarshThat Minority ThingTruthdigThink ProgressThis Modern WorldWashington Whispers (US News & World Report)WonketteThe Young TurksRoger E. HernándezChristopher HitchensRich LowryDick MeyerJohn NicholsJack ShaferRobert ScheerLynn SweetBrian TillGeorge WillMichael WolffPBS – Horiwood.Com is a 300,000 attained Hollywood website and growing. Be kind. Peace!~



St Petersberg in Florida is home to The Salvador Dali Museum that has just opened with a spruced up remodel.

Dali was such a fine surrealist artist. That’s bound to draw fans in to Florida from all over the globe.

There’s a lot about Dali and his art all throughout this blog. Happy treasure hunting.

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 1.12.11~

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Posted by horiwood on January 13, 2011 in Art, Art Galleries, artist, Florida, Salvador Dali, Spain



1 Fact: 1 billion people do not have clean drinking water. Where: Africa and India are most affected.

The threat: More people are lost in the world through this situation than war.

The solution: We can make a difference through UNICEF Tap Project. If you want to, please do.

True fact 2: For as little as $10, one person can have clean drinking water for a lifetime.

That’s like a beer at a Hollywood club with the tip. Amazing aye! Act. Bump this post on too. Let’s flow. :)

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.25.10~

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Posted by horiwood on December 26, 2010 in C F Goldie, California, Cam Gigandet, Cameron Diaz, Camila Alves, Camilla Belle, Canada, Cancer Awareness, Cannes, Carey Hart, Caribbean, Carlos Slim Helu, Carmen Electra, Carrie Prejean, Carrie Underwood, Cars, Casey Aldridge, Cash Warren, Cassie, Casting, Catalina Island, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Celine Dion, Censorship, Chace Crawford, Chaka Khan, Chanel Iman, Channing Tatum, , Charlie Sheen, Charlie Wilson, Charlize Theron, Chaske Spencer, Chaz Bono, Chelsea Clinton, Chelsea Handler, Cher, Cheryl Cole, Chicago, China, Chloe Sevigny, Chris Brown, Chris Martin, Chris Matthews, Chris Pine, Christchurch, Christian Audigier, Christian Bale, Christianity, Christina Applegate, Christina Arguilera, Christina Hendricks, Christina Milian, Christoph Waltz, Christopher Nolan, Chuy, Ciara, Cindy Crawford, Cindy McCain, Cinematography, Civil Rights, Claudia Schiffer, Cliff Curtis, Clint Eastwood, Coco, Coco Chanel, Coffee, Coldplay, Colin Farrell, College Football, Colorado, Columbine, Comedians, Commonwealth, Community, Compassion, Conan O'Brien, Corey Feldman, Cornflakes, Costa Rica, Cougar Treats, Country Music, Courage To Love, Courtney Cox, Couture, Craig Ferguson, Cricket, Cristiano Ronaldo, Croatia, Cuisine, Cultural Imperialism, Culture, Cy Waits, Sacha Baron Cohen, Sade, Salma Hayak, salman khan, Salvador Dali, Sam Cooke, Sam Cruickshank, Sam Mendes, Sam Worthington, Sam Wyly, Samantha Ronson, Samoa, San Diego, Sandra Bullock, Santa Monica, Sara Bareilles, Sarah Jessica Parker, Sarah Palin, Sasha Baron Cohen, Sasha Obama, Saudi Arabia, Scandals, Scarlett Johansson, Science, Scotland, Scott Bryan, Scott Disick, Seal, Sean Diddy Combs, Sean Penn, Sean Preston, Selena Gomez, Serena Williams, Sex & The City, shahid kapur, shahrukh khan, Shakira, Shanghai, Shania Twain, Shannen Doherty, Shaquille O'Neal, Sharon Stone, Sherri Shepherd, Sheryl Crow, Sheryl Crowe, Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, Shirley Temple, Shoes, Sia, Sienna Miller, Silverlake, Simon Baker, Simon Cowell, Singapore, Sir Apirana Ngata, Sir Edmund Hillary, Sir Howard Morrison, Sir Paul McCartney, Slavery, Slovenia, Smashproof, Smile Club, Smokey Robinson, SNL, Snoop Dog, Soccer, Social Networking, Sojourner Truth, Solange Knowles, Song Lyrics, Sonny Bill Williams, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sparrow Madden, Spencer Pratt, Spike Lee, Spirit, Split Enz, Splitsville, Sports, Sports Horiwood, St Patricks Day, Stanley Kubrick, Star System - The Art of American Celebrity, Star Trek, Star Wars, Stefani Germanotta, Stellar, Stem Cell Research, Stephanie Pratt, Stephen Donald, Stephen Moyer, Stephenie Meyer, Steve McQueen, Steven Colbert, Steven Spielberg, Stevie Wonder, Sting, Stuart Townsend, Sudan, Summit Entertainment, Sundance Film Festival, Sunday Rose, Sunglasses, Sunny Oglesby, Super heroes, Suri Cruise, Susan Boyle, Susan Kanim, Susan Sarandon, Swaziland, Sweden, Switzerland, Swizz Beatz, Sydney, Sylvester Stallone, Water, Young Hollywood, Young Royals


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“I believe that one’s life should be lived richly, as if it is a painting” says Marketing extraordinaire, Natasha Alexandranovna, Beverly Hills (Thursday) posing with her copy of the new novel, Courage to Love by California author, Robert Ellis.

Cover artwork of Ellis’ novel is by surrealist artist, Salvador Dali.

Natasha is the marketing director of LaCoupe Lintermans. Her website is:

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 8.27.10~

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Posted by horiwood on August 28, 2010 in Art, Salvador Dali


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Hollywood Actor Cliff Curtis has Courage To Love the Middle East

Hollywood actor and film producer, Cliff Curtis holds his early edition copy of Courage To Love, the new Romeo & Juliet novel by author Robert Ellis. The modern story of forbidden love that is set in Israel and the Gaza strip, is getting good early buzz in Hollywood. Curtis describes the book as being “beautiful.”

Of this pivotal novel, Curtis features here in his hand, filmmaker Bill Birrell says: “I have been looking for a human scale story about the Middle East: but one that will both entertain and provoke. In short I believe Courage to Love is it. Not since Elie Wiesel, the Nobel prize-winning writer, has an author distilled these conflicts into such human terms.  Put another way, while the story touches on significant issues, it is really a tale of two young people and their struggle to be allowed to love each other.”

Cliff, a newly wed himself, is all about love these days and furthering love’s potential in a world wind epic romance he finds himself caught up in, in his real life. His Hollywood career also has elevation. Curtis currently stars as Firelord Orzai in M. Night Shyamalan‘s 3D film franchise, The Last Airbender and has just signed on to two films starring opposite, Zoe Saldana (of Star Trek and Avatar film franchises fame) where he’s cast as Zoe’s closest family member. Coming up, Curtis will also star with Sigourney Weaver and Bruce Willis

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“For all who dare to love”–Robert Ellis dedication, foreword. 

“One day these hands, will touch the World”–Rachel Scott, Columbine

“There is nothing more powerful, than an idea whose time has come”–Victor Hugo

Some things are just meant to be. In 1958 in Spain, surrealist artist Salvador Dali released his manifesto “Nuclear Mysticism,” he also painted Rosa Meditativa in a year of historic revolution. 50 years later in California, author Robert Ellis wrote Courage To Love a modern day romance novel, asking the question and painting a compelling saga of what happens when an Arab falls in love with a Jew in Israel and Gaza?

This timely novel which has Dali’s painting as its book cover, arrived on Monday from the publisher, and today at the Wayfarers Chapel in California, a red rose, that matches the color of Dali’s rose, blossomed in the Chapel’s garden as a welcoming symbol of Peace to greet this book’s arrival to the Chapel’s coastal book store. Surreal but real. Some things are just meant to be. 

Celebrities, entertainment news from Hollywood U.S.A. Here’s our news today. Thanks everyone. 

1. Jacob Black with Taylor Lautner at Twilight 

2. Salty! is Angelina Jolie 

3. Alex Meraz and wife 

4. Twilight Eclipse‘s casting news shocker 

5. Stefani Germanotta before The Fame

6. Alex Meraz and wife –part 2 

7. Vanessa Bryant for basketball 

8. Robert Pattinson is inspiring by Twilight 

9. Only a star nose 

10. Humor: Allyn Bryan is one popular lady!

Bonus Post: Doctors Without Borders spotlight Sudan

Bonus Post: Maxwell‘s Pretty Wings 

[Image of Designer Hands for Roses of Peace, American national treasure of fashion, the Arts and Business Couture, Miss Elliette. Image of Sarah Burton's take on Alexander McQueen's pre-spring collection 2011, debuts with a samurai dolls theme. Source]

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 6.30.2010~


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“For all who dare to love,” is what the dedication page says in the teen romance novel, Courage To Love by author Robert Ellis.

It’s a novel you won’t want to miss out on. Coming soon.

[Cover artwork image by artist Salvador Dali]

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 5.10.2010~


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“The pen is mightier than the sword“–Winston Churchill

[Images: Winston Churchill, All Creatures Blog. Courage To Love novel cover by Robert Ellis and Salvador Dali courtesy of Blog]

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 4.10.2010~


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[Easter Image, Christ of Saint John of The Cross--Salvador Dali. Music: His Glory Appears performed live by Brooke Fraser]

“For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son”–John 3 v 16

“I have come that they may have life and have it more abundantly”–John 10 v 10

“Unless a colonel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it abides alone: but if it dies, it brings forth much fruit”–Easter is about reproduction of Life in all of its fullness for All–John 12 v 24

“He went out, bearing his cross, to the place called “The Place of a Skull,” which is called in Hebrew, “Golgotha,”–John 19 v 17. “When they reached the place called ‘The Skull,’ there they nailed Him to the cross, and the criminals also, one at His right hand and one at His left hand”–Luke 23 v 33.

“And when Jesus had tasted the sour wine, he said “It is finished” and he hung his head and released his Spirit–John 19 v 30.”

“I come to the garden alone/while the dew is still on the roses/and the voice I hear falling on my ear/the Son of God discloses. And He walks with me, and He talks with me/ And He tells me I am His own/ And the joy we share as we tarry there/ None other has ever known.”–Hym of Mary Magdalene first person to see the risen Christ.

“Worthy is the lamb that was slain…” Revelations 5 v 12

~You made me whole/ At the cross/ You took my place/ You showed me grace/ At the cross/Where You died for me./And His glory appears/ Like the light from the sun/Age to age He shines./Look to the skies./Hear the angels cry/ Singing holy is the Lord–songwriters Darlene Zschech and Marty Sampson

~“One day, these hands will touch the world”Rachel Scott, Columbine High School teen~

[Salvador Dali painting courtesy of Glasgow Gov website, Scotland]

~Epistle to the Church of West Hollywood 2010 from the online Colin McCahon. Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 4.2.2010~


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Butterfly Crushes in Spring

Once upon an Angeleno’s pretty Spring

you boldy came bursting through

like a cute rescue me puppy says hi, 

your heart all a twitter

and a flutter in love

–When I told you I was trouble,

your ears were just painted on!


So, like a Salvador Dali elixor,

I became your fresh morning coffee dew

giving your romantic

butterflies in recession

the wings to fly again

inside your heart.


For the fistfull of Maori glitter

thrown like raw courage up in the air,

my star spangled paua Love,

given bravely and freely, aCross

cyberspace to you America The Beautiful

 ~haere mai. you’re welcome~

[Artwork: Butterflies on Glitter Heart, West Hollywood. Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 3.20.2010]


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Love is a mysterious puzzle… yet in a single rose, we see nature form Love for us fully everyday–Horiwood

Always stop to smell the roses, consider the lilies of the fields… and by the way… buy this little book for the one you love. :)

[Images snapped by Horiwood of The Empty Vase, Santa Monica Blvd & Doheny Drive, West Hollywood/ Beverly Hills, Los Angeles Califfornia USA--Valentines Day 2010]

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 2.13.2010~

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Posted by horiwood on February 13, 2010 in Art, Love, Salvador Dali


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Golden Globe winner, Robert Downey Jr.’s father-and-son day at Venice Beach with, Indio Downey, 16, involved the teen purchasing a vintage, John Courage Amber beer poster to take home.

The posters message: Above All Courage is a good one in these times that all young people going after a dream, need to hear, see, read and experience more of to feed and fuel their dreams. Courage Ya’ll. :)

[featured book cover image is of the teen novel Courage To Love by Californian Author, Robert Ellis with artwork by legendary Spanish artist, Salvador Dali]

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 1.30.2010. Source~


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Show Haiti your teeth of Love today. Here’s ten hot celebrity links on Horiwood.Com, where we can do just that. Thanks Team. You Are Haiti in this moment. Be her rose of hope. Love you all.

1. First Lady Michelle Obama for Haiti Red Cross

2. Haiti Native – Wyclef Jean for Yele Foundation Haiti

3. Haitian Canadian – Regine Chassagne for Partners in Health – Haiti

4. Brad Pitt for Doctors Without Borders for Haiti

4. Angelina Jolie for Doctors Without Borders for Haiti

5. Gisele Bundchen for Red Cross Haiti Relief Effort

6. Golden Globe Winner: Sandra Bullock for Doctors Without Borders for Haiti

7. Jay-Z for Yele Foundation and Doctors Without Borders for Haiti

8. Madonna for Yele Foundation and Doctors Without Borders for Haiti

9. Beyonce and Destiny’s Child for Yele Foundation and Doctors Without Borders for Haiti

10. Justin Timberlake for Yele Foundation and Doctors Without Borders for Haiti

11. Rihanna for Yele Foundation and Doctors Without Borders for Haiti

12. President of the United States of America – Barack Obama for The US Government’s $100 million pledge for Haiti support

13. Hayden Panettiere and Meryl Streep for Partners In Health 

14. Bono and the Edge of U2 for…UNICEFOxfam America and Partners in Health.

15. Leonardo DiCaprio for Clinton Bush Haiti Fund

16. Jennifer Aniston for Doctors Without Borders

This post sponsored by Horiwood.Com and the young romance novel, Courage To Love by Californian author Robert Ellis, The Salvador Dali Estate of Spain (cover artwork image owner of the Ellis’ novel), The Robert Ellis Family Trust, the Hill whanau of Ngati Whaatua and Nga Puhi Maori Tribes and The Cruickshank Family Missions Projects Worldwide, Te Ora Hou Youth Organization and CRF Charitable Trust of New Zealand and the Cherry Joy Charitable Trust for the people of Haiti who have touched our hearts. Music: Wendell‘s song, 16, Port-au-Prince. 

~Maori Generated Media of New Zealand for Haiti Emergency Relief – Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 1.16.2010. Ae Tatou. Yes We Can!!! ~


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A major Hollywood film director couldn’t have created this epic story line better as Russell Brand proposed to Katy Perry, and the pop star said “yes.”

This is such a romantic story.

Brand and Perry are reportedly a lovestruck couple four months in the making and are being said to want to marry within 6 months.

How did Brand, 34, propose to Katy, 25?
The UK Sun reports that Russell proposed to Katy at the Taj Rambagh Palace hotel in Jaipur, India.

A hotel worker allegedly spilled the details, saying: “He had organized a special dining experience. We set a table in a garden with candles everywhere. They arrived in a horse and carriage with a glass of champagne and we served them dinner. At midnight they enjoyed fireworks while sitting on an elephant, which Mr Brand specially requested. Then they were taken to the Mughal Garden which was decorated by flowers and candlelight.

“Mr Brand had given his butler the diamond ring to hide among the flowers. Miss Perry found it, he proposed, and she immediately said ‘Yes’. After that they requested 45 minutes’ privacy. They looked like they were beautifully in love.”

How romantic. An Epic British-American romance is occurring between Brand and Perry. To read a novel about epic young love, order online and read this book, Courage To Love, by Californian author, Robert Ellis

The slim novel with A MASSIVE story line… is a cute tale into the intricate mysteries of love that two star crossed young lovers unexpectedly awaken in each other while both fighting for their lives in a hospital that’s under attack.  The beautiful cover artwork is by surrealist painter Salvador Dali

Congrats Russell Brand and Katy Perry on your mammoth new love!

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 1.8.2010. Source~


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I love me some Salvador Dali art right here in Hollywood, California. The dude was an amazing artist.

Here’s Dali’s Sacrament of The Last Supper, circa 1955. Subtext: The dead in Christ shall rise. 

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 1.6.2010~

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Posted by horiwood on January 7, 2010 in Art, artist, Salvador Dali


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You the people voted in 2009. Here’s the top ten Hollywood male stars that you selected to show the most promise to shine as celebrities you love and want to see more of for your entertainment heading into 2010. Two break out stars top this list. Democracy in action is alive and well in Hollywood. Thanks for voting.

10. Jermaine Jackson

9. Julian Lennon

8. Justin Gatson

7. Justin Timberlake

6. Brad Pitt

5. Salvador Dali

4. David Carradine

3. Michael Jackson

2. Taylor Lautner

1. Alex Meraz – Paul of Twilight’s New Moon  wolf pack.

Summation: The top ten most popular men voted by you worldwide in Hollywood on Horiwood.Com reveal that Native American Indian actors making a comeback in Hollywood mainstream entertainment were the big story of the year.

Young men who would protect women at any cost against danger; who would also have a sense of brotherhood and values of team; had supernatural power to turn into someone else and…. who would take their shirts off to entertain audiences of teens and housewives moms worldwide … were also what Alex Meraz and Taylor Lautner did really well this year to make them the #1 and #2 most interesting male stars in Hollywood heading into 2010.

Stephenie Meyer and Kristen Stewart also share in their honors today, helping co-create and star with these young Hollywood superstars. Theirs is a story of great casting, but having the talent, determination and doing the graft to deliver the goods when the opportunity called. A great effort. 

Three dead artists also made the list.

Brad Pitt‘s King of Hollywood romance and super dad title got him through, Jermaine Jackson‘s ability to inspire hope for his family and their fanbase in a time of global grief inspired us all; and the son of a Beatle‘s return to music along with a break out superstar from the UK in Robert Pattinson and his ability to portray a love story,  rounds out the top ten men of Hollywood this year.

As three of these stars are no longer with us, Michael Jackson’s two sons rank next, but for their childhood’s sake and their privacy… these three men are the next top stars that you voted as your entertainers this year.

11. Kanye West: his controversial ego as well as his art brought him home this year. He is the only celebrity who the President called a “jack ass” off the record this year. He’s a consummate showman and a ‘bad boy of hip hop’ we love.

12. Keith Lewis for his controversial handling of the Carrie Prejean debacle with the Miss California Miss USA Pageant for Donald Trump, that entertained us all by revealing hypocrisy in most of us in 2009 from a beauty pageant podium. Lewis proved to be a clever producer of entertainment, asking the world the question… what is right, just and humane when it comes to ‘The Truth?’

13. Sir Richard Branson because he’s innovative, a fearless and creative billionaire who still wants to ride around with a naked supermodel on his back while kite skiing. Ridiculous!!! But Branson knows how to get his press and promote his air travel ventures with a sense of leisurely show biz magnitude. He’s still an entertaining actor today.

~These results were based on the highest number of blog hits per star, as surveyed across 1.5 million blog hits from Feb to 17th December 2009. Images courtesy of Fall Into Twilight Blog, Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.17.09~


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~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.7.09. Virtual Dali~

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Posted by horiwood on December 8, 2009 in Art, artist, Salvador Dali


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The Top 100 Stars of Hollywood List 2009 has been counted here in Hollywood by Horiwood.Com. Artists are some of Hollywood’s most admired stars this year.

Surrealist artist, Salvador Dali is like Michael Jackson. Their artistry still packs a punch from beyond the grave. With actor Robert Pattinson playing Dali’s life this year in the film, Little Ashes combined with Dali’s surrealist art fans worldwide garnered Mr Dali his number 18th hottest ranking of all stars who trended in Hollywood this year on Horiwood.Com.

Anyone who chose to paint John, The Apostle of Love like Dali chose to do and did  it so well… is amazing in my Hollywood black book… and check out his art for a real visual treat.

This artwork is one of my favs: St John of The Cross.

[Image courtesy of Vintage Periods.Com]

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.6.09~

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Posted by horiwood on December 6, 2009 in Art, artist, Love, Salvador Dali, Trends


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Salvador Dali’s, One Second Before Awakening from a Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate,” oil  on canvas, 1944.

~Reposted on Horiwood.Com from September 6th 2009, Hollywood California USA. 12.4.09~

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Posted by horiwood on December 4, 2009 in Art, Salvador Dali, TIger Woods


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Actress Natalie Portman is considering reading the audio book of Courage To Love, a novel by Californian author Robert Ellis.

The novel is a delightful tale about forbidden romance in the Middle East as two young people are forced to transcend their centuries old warring differences acknowledging love in their hearts as their feelings escalate for each other.

Perhaps the depth of soul and beauty of Portman will do justice to such an important story in bringing love and peace to life in the world where most needed.  Stunning press today.

Go here, to order this amazing book. Cover artwork is by the legendary artist Salvador Dali that Twilight actor Robert Pattinson played in the film Little Ashes. Thanks Natalie. 

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.3.09~


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Robert Pattinson says that he doesn’t have a problem going naked in a film if he landed the right part. The British actor said: “I think it would depend on what it is. And I don’t think a lot of people would really want to see that. I think it would ruin the illusion!”

What is the big deal? He’s already dropped his kilt before in Little Ashes, the Salvador Dali biopic he starred in. So why is this news today? Oh, because Levi Johnston won’t.

~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 11.17.09. Image: Splash~


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Poems are not . . . simply emotions . . . they are experiences. For the sake of a single poem, you must see many cities, many people and things . . . and know the gestures which small flowers make when they open in the morning. You must be able to think back to streets in unknown neighborhoods, to unexpected encounters, and to partings you have long seen coming; to days of childhood whose mystery is still unexplained . . .; to childhood illnesses . . . to mornings by the sea, to the sea itself, to seas, to nights of travel . . . and it is still not enough. – The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge

Artwork: Bacchanale, Salvador Dali.

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Posted by horiwood on November 4, 2009 in Art, Poetry, Salvador Dali


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