Tuesday, November 25, 2008

"Phases..."

...of the Moon,
our lives, our art, our relationships...
the seasons,
belief systems, politics, emotions...
Phases of growth, learning, understanding, loving...
Phases
rooted deep in our souls,
embedded in our memories,
shining in our smiles,
pouring out in our tears.
Phases...
the rhythmic ebb and flow...the pulse of all life.

"angles, aspects, chapters, conditions, facets, features, parts, periods, positions, side, stages, states, steps, times, transitions"

14 comments:

winna said...

Jewels in Fate's thoughts
dim the darkness......

Ann said...

Very nice :)

marancat said...

This was a surprise - something diffent. I was watching a TV programme last night, about the influence of the moon on the formation of the earth - your picture was very timely for me! I like the sharpness and clarity - it reminds me of the shapness and clarity of a clear moonlit night.

Mark Kwasny said...

Wow! Black and white from the lady of many colors. Very sharp contrast... would look GREAT on my white walls!

Marian Fortunati said...

All of your work is so very interesting and fun.. and your writing too!! Wow... I'm so impressed. Glad I happened to drop by!
-Marian

Rachel H said...

Beautiful - such clean pointy corners and really nicely balanced. Very calming!

marianne said...

Wow, love the moon.
As a cancer the moon is very important to me......
Love the simplicity and the deseign of this!

Teri C said...

Very very cool image! And so creatively done!

john.p said...

Nice work! And it begs a little time to reflect of the ideas you present. Time doesn't stand still.

BMoon said...

Beautiful, love the narrative you include in your drawings. Was this white gel pen on black cardstock of some sort?

soulbrush said...

this is very striking, we also used black and white today in my art lesson, will show it some time. very unusual. so many fol,lowers now, when you first joined cactus monday, you had so few...we all love ya!

Nao said...

This is wonderful, the words and the image ~Beautiful.

I am a great lover of the wise and wondrous moon.

The moon reminds me to trust my own cycles of waxing and waning, fullness and emptiness.

Nina Johansson said...

Beautiful, simple and clean. I love that line pattern inside the shapes.

Keith Black said...

Beauty in it's simplicity. Great job!