Encaustic pigmented beeswax painted with a hot iron on glossy card.
Original size 10.5cm/15cm.
February 4th 2014 <> 594 Views
My inspiration comes from Kathleen Jessie Raine’s wonderful poems:
Reaching down arm-deep into bright water
I gathered on white sand under waves
Shells, drifted up on beaches where I alone
Inhabit a finite world of years and days.
I reached my arm down a myriad years
To gather treasure from the yester-milliennial sea-floor,
Held in my fingers forms shaped on the day of creation.
Building their beauty in three dimensions
Over which the world recedes away from us,
And in the fourth, that takes away ourselves
From moment to moment and from year to year
From first to last they remain in their continuous present.
The helix revolves like a timeless thought,
Instantaneous from apex to rim
Like a dance whose figure is limpet or murex,
cowrie or golden winkle.
They sleep on the ocean floor like humming-tops
Whose music is the mother-of-pearl octave of the rainbow,
Harmonious shells that whisper forever in our ears,
The world that you inhabit has not yet been created.
- Kathleen Jessie Raine -
25% of all sales go to the Canadian Cancer Society.
If interested please listen to one of our electronica projects called Mere Mortals.
Music written by my husband Dan Handrabur. Lyrics and vocals by Crystalline (Cristina Handrabur).
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