As pretty as this may be, my heart was taken by a host of black birds, a hundred to a tree, undulating. One heart, one thought. And when they pushed towards the sky, it was as though the whole world rose along with them, upon their wings.
All around me, it was thus. Cold silence hung over everything. And though cold, it felt comfortable, familiar. I could have stood there, absorbing that profound stillness of a winter’s sleep until I, too, became rooted and a part of this everlasting landscape.
Wouldn't you then love the moon; if it appeared so, glowing and shy, behind the spruce.
As winter gathers at the foot hills, I turn towards a slow tending fire where murmurs break away from the clamour and fill the room with their soft spoken wisdom. Listen, listen, listen beseeched the murmur, for I have much to impart.
Nature's cursive. I am always awestruck by her elegance. The curls, the twirls, the sweeps, all leaping and bounding into each other, an eternal mesh of comings and goings, of doings and beings.
The opening reception was wonderful! So many people attended! And for that I am truly, truly grateful. I sold quite a few pieces, too! YAYE!! If you could not attend, but would still like to see the art, it is up until the 24th of October. The hours for the Westheimer Gallery are: Thursday & Friday: 3 - 7 pm Saturday: 10 am - 2 pm. You can also visit by appointment: (513) 554-1014
The art is up on the walls! I am so excited!! A solo show!!
The reception is on Friday, the 2nd of October. 6:00 - 8:00 pm Westheimer Gallery 11165 Reading Road Sharonville Oh 45241 Come see us! The art will be up from Oct. 2 through Oct. 24.
Goddess of wealth, prosperity, abundance. To me, she is Bhumi (earth), the rivers, the trees ... anything that provides shelter and sustenance. 16" x 20" Acrylics on Canvas SOLD
Acrylics on Canvas 24" x 36" SOLD 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the NAACP LDF