Friday, January 24, 2014

Sculture and Community

"It's as if an entire library burned down"* any time a life-long artist dies.
 My friend's husband, a blacksmith and metal worker died suddenly over the holidays.

Art speaks when words fail.
I was in the garden when the image came to me for the sympathy card.

The paper cut, below, before the blue liner.
An anvil was the tool he used and what her heart feels like right now.
One image, two meanings.

*Quote from Laurie Anderson's album Bright Red.

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