Tag Archives: Ekphrastic

WHEATFIELD WITH CROWS – Vincent van Gogh 10 July 1890

A day of throbbing heat. A storm simmers in the raging sky – a brooding sky. It swirls and eddies against the coruscating wheat like a storm wracked sea on rocks. A wreckers sky. The promise of forgetfulness in its … Continue reading

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The Gust of Wind

                          The wind of change came as a gentle breeze. No one seemed to notice the darkening clouds gathering in the East, threatening the day. Then the shutters … Continue reading

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Supper at Emmaus (Caravaggio)

                  It is a simple scene. Three men served a supper By the innkeeper. Astonishment on two faces, Curiosity on another. Serenity on the fourth As he blesses the food on the … Continue reading

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The Tree of Wire

Wire © IWM (Art.IWM ART 2705) The Tree of Wire Why did you let this happen Paul? Not my fault my friend you know how I feel. Look at all this wire all over me what’s it’s point. I’m not … Continue reading

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