I was pleased to be accepted into the
Grey Cube Gallery Skies show recently, with my refractured watercolor ‘Crimson Thread’. One of the things I’m enjoying about so many online shows is that it’s really practical for me to enter them! Enjoy the show!
Unfortunately the contest doesn’t allow you to see the sonnet in the painting: Crimson Thread The world is turning into dawn, and I can see a crimson thread start to appear announcing that the newest day is near – it makes me greet the beauty with a sigh. Soon the ribbon’s red will turn to gold and other wisps softly to scarlet turn – water, under influence of light will burn such colors that it awes us to behold the transition from nighttime into day and cause to wonder how we could deserve this vision – just for living on a curve – and leaves us without words that we can say, only the thought that perhaps we should do right to earn the reward that brings the end of night.
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