Ancient Skies I sometimes forget to walk within my healing, boundaries not withstanding often preferring the purity of winter, the breath of the forest, and hawk wings balancing on my shoulders. Scars? What scars? Poetry and Image © Copyright 2019, ancient skies View original post
Click For Enlarged Detail Details Title: Falls, Montreal River Date Created: 1920 Physical Dimensions: w153 x h121.9 cm (overall) Painter: J.E.H. MacDonald Credit Line: Purchase, 1933 Type: Painting Rights: © 2013 Art Gallery of Ontario. Purchase, 1933, https://ago.ca/collection/object/2109 Medium: oil on canvas More Information The Art Gallery of Ontario has an amazing website….
“I sat staring, staring, staring – half lost, learning a new language, or rather the same language in a different dialect. So still were the big woods where I sat, sound might not yet have been born.” -Emily Carr See Full Biography: Emily Carr: Who Is She?
Click for Enlarged Detail: Details Nikolai Petrovich Bogdanov-Belsky 1868-1945 BOYS IN A BIRCH FOREST signed in Cyrillic l.l. oil on canvas 81.5 by 104.5cm, 32 by 41in. Source: Sotheby’s Thanks for Visiting! 🙂 The End
Emily Carr: On Jungles, January 1, 1936: “I painted one of the thick jungle sketches. Perhaps I am getting “junglier.” They won’t be popular. Few people know the jungle, or care about it or want to understand it. An organized tumult of growth, that’s what those thick undergrowth woods are, and yet there is…