I started this one a long while ago and finished her last week. I couldn’t sleep, so at 2 in the morning I decided to go down to the studio in my basement and paint.
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This series of watercolors, tilted “The Dance: Epiphany and Loss,” was exhibited in “Art on Paper 2010″ at the Municipal Museum of Art in Toyota City, Aichi, Japan, and three university galleries in the United States from 2009 through 2011. 61 more words
Constance Pierce - Ruach Hakodesh: The Epiphanic and Cosmic Nature of Imagination in the Art of Michael Jackson
Rich and layered are the meanings surrounding the concept of Ruach Hakodesh. The book of Genesis describes a “rushing spirit of God over the face of the waters.” A brooding and hovering wind, the animating breath of the cosmos, the Divinely disruptive force of inspiration and imagination, are but a few possible flavors of poetic exegesis. 130 more words