Our current reality: it has a fragile beauty but is disintegrating. x P
Coral, bleached of colour, a series of skeletons in various states of disrepair, clusters of fragile icicles upside down. Wonderful image, whatever it is.
I see a photograph of ice that looks like sculpture and has been made severely contrasty. But maybe it's a drawing. That would be nice, nicer than a photograph.Thanks
It reminds me of Angela Simione's art. First I thought melting ice then I thought a distorted spine. It's compelling.
A pillar of salt![Like all good artists you teach us how to re-see]
Looks to me like the natural rock forms that Antoni Gaudi based his architecture on.
I love the way each of us sees something different, but related - Pen, Elisabeth, Melissa, Rebecca, John and Timoth. I also love that we see even more when we set our various images down alongside each other's. Instead of an island, we discover an archipelago - 'remarkable for its many islands'!Thanks to you all. I will reveal the full image after the Tuesday Poems have been posted and when I get back from Naseby (this weekend). L, C
Wax, bone, ice, paper, stone--something broken apart or coming together, frozen yet melting, caught, congealing.