Friday, September 21, 2012
The Charcoal Paintings, in-process
When you don't know where to begin, begin where you are.
The Charcoal Paintings, in-process, 5' x 5', willow charcoal on double primed canvas. (Photo taken at night with two daylight bulbs in clamp lamps.)
Some lines from Paul Celan's, 'In Prague':
The half death,
suckled plump on our life,
lay ash-image-true all around us -
went on drinking, soul-crossed, two daggers,
sewn onto heavenstones, wornblood-born
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