Sculptor Brad Spencer works in brick. He shapes each brick individually and then assembles them on site. To see more of his work go here or here. Everything that Acts Is Actual BY DENISE LEVERTOV From the tawny light from the rainy nights from the imagination finding itself and more than itself alone and more than alone... Continue Reading →
Damascus Lisa Cox Our city is falling down. We stand among the ruins. We know we are not falling Down, because we stand Waiting for food. We have become a sea Instead of people, A flood Waiting and hungry.
Mark Thompson paints stark winter landscapes that evoke the coldest winter. On his webpage he writes, “The filter of memory appears to retain only what is personally important, and the inevitable mix of my own history and experience fills in the gaps. Only that which remains is important – the extraneous and fleeting are not... Continue Reading →
Photos from Science News, and National Science Foundation. Photo commentary also from Science News and National Science Foundation. Microscopic Science looks closely God is in the details here Under microscopes Lisa Cox YOUNG GALAXY - Firestruck
These are part of Eno Henze's Cortex Series. To see more art work by Eno Henze go here>@ The Belle Game - Bruises to Ash Fog Lisa Cox There is no retreat Into wisps of silk Delicate fog lingering On my cheek Tangled only in My wretched head Come noxious vapors No doubt stolen From another... Continue Reading →