Sunday, October 19, 2014

Coast and Sky

Storms unceasing, the coast battered by wind and salt spray.

Acrylic on canvas (30" x 24")

The rocks appear and disappear in the ebb and flow of the tidal swell eroding the ground we stand upon.

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Accidents -- the Oops of the Unforgiving

I take note of accidents, those slips of the pen, with inner annoyance and silent curses; those unintended lines; the "unforgiving" part of working with black ink on white paper.

Ink drawing (8.5" x 5.5")

Ink drawing (8.5" x 5.5")
"What has happened?" I exclaim (not so silent after all). Is it catastrophic? Is salvage an option for a fumble, for butterfingers? Can it be saved from destruction, saved from a wreck? Perhaps though the fumble is the solution?

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Timeless Passing revisted - a Triptych

Time passes, endlessly.
It passes in sunsets, each the same, yet not the same. It passes in the moonrise, in the full moon, in the new moon, in the stars forever shining. Streaming.

Timeless Passing Triptych (3 panels 16" x 12")
Time passes marking its way in the ebb and flow of waterways in constant motion; the water of yesterday, the water of today in a cycle that continues unceasingly. The centre, extended to the left and to the right, or perhaps to the north and to the south or to the east and the west. Will it hold?