(The sketch is an imitation of what is maybe my favorite piece of fairy tale art, from Edmund Dulac’s illustrations of the Snow Queen. Dulac’s reindeer has more of a look of having its head pulled down, and being braced: details of line make such a difference. Hopefully, I am learning. I did make my […]
. . . being variations of candle art — I think these color versions are nicer than the colorless look I was trying originally. One of those was used here: Carry a Candle. (Story Warren also ran a piece with some spackle images lately, here: I live like an ancient cave-dweller surrounded with representations of […]
I haven’t seen the hills for far too long, but I saw the sun-slant down the blanched grass on the hills today. Here are the hills in weather. Tonight I found this draft in an old journal: The hills, estranged from me awhile, have striae from my birth, and almost verbal lenity for my exile […]
‘Life, after all, at its deepest, is a stretching out of faith and love to God into the dark.’ -Baron von Hügel ‘It will depend on our metaphysical beliefs whether we can regard the troubles of the present, and the uncertainties of the future, with the feelings of a mouse toward a cat, or of […]
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