Reflections and notes on the relationship of art to nature and of nature to art from along Warwoman Creek, in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Katuah Province of Turtle Island, where the light, the dark, the seasons, the time of deep past, deep present and deep future all mix in alchemal mists to reveal and hide and transform these slopes, shaded coves, bright rivers, deep forests and me, and together sustain me and my art.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Selections from exhibit: "Seedlight & More: Painting & Poems" through May 3, 2015

March 8 - May 3, 2015

Paintings and Illustrated Poems

"We  spend so much of our lives seeking to understand the patterns around us.
This I do too.
And then there is the gravity that bears upon all of them,
and us,
as well as the desire for ascension.
These paintings and poems are my way to understand this. "
- Laurence Holden

Here are a few selections from the exhibit:

"Rainy Mountain Dreaming," 2012
oil on canvas 49"h. x 39"w.

"Of Wintering Willows," 2013
acrylic on birch plywood.
48"h. x 36"w. x 2 3/4"d. 

"Seedlight:Under December Moon, Dreaming," 2014
oil on canvas  20”h. x 16”w. 


"Seedlight: In Winter's Evensong," 2014
oil on canvas 14"h. x 12"w.

"As We Pass Our Words"

Video: A Poetry Reading

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