Labels: art, objects, poetry
posted by David Maddalena at Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Absolutely gorgeous. Are these your woodcuts? I very much like the sage holding up the cross to the crusader in greeting, it looks like, and admonishment. He seems to be saying, "Stop!, killing people in Jesus' name and welcome." Lovely.Are you hand selecting the poems that go inside as well?
Dave...barefoot burned again...balking, buck naked, too high above the ground, I bend into myself and bury me against transparency....barely believing...My heart says whoa... You caught the nuanced subtle movement where I chose for the one I love... Lizy
Eric- the woodcuts belong to Anghelika's grandfather, carved during WWII in Greece, when you couldn't get paint ...Yes, all the poems are 'hand-written and -picked'. ;) thanks bro.Liz- ahh, yes. Thanks. (You heard that poem live, remember?)d
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