Tear drops and rain drops and my waking up to a place that will never be the same, but continues to hold endless beauty.
Originally published 4/19/17. I created this piece as a part of my Good Friday observance in 2017. It’s gesso and acrylic on top of a 7″ x 7″ wooden plaque I received as a gift in 1977. Underneath my image of crucifixion leading to new life is the Goethe quote: Nothing should be more highly prized … Continue reading life in death
A defining characteristic of my work and my process is layering — Letting one layer at a time reveal itself to me — pausing to take it in —asking it “what next?” — resting in its response — letting go of it — losing myself in it — But mostly — Waiting with it. Waiting with it, and … Continue reading jacob’s light