river rock and sage leaves

Posted in Uncategorized by bowsprite on 2015/12/04


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  1. tugster said, on 2015/12/05 at 08:22

    lovely but enigmatic. i want to know where you picked up this rock with the puzzling lines. was the sage growing near the river? of course, which river and . . . watershed? which sea does the river disgorge into . . . and of, what vessels ply the waters of that sea? you know . .. just typical stuff. are not rivers frozen over up there?

  2. Rembert said, on 2015/12/05 at 16:17

    The experienced blog-connaisseur won´t have difficulties with finding the solution for the mystery, if he just rids himself from the idea, to watch a list of places or things (an obvious misinterpretation with respect to the subtle but spirited brushwork). If we assume, that we look upon a graphic representation of events, we may consider it to be the visualization of a causal chain. This painting is a hesitant confession.

    First there was the irresistable attraction of half-frozen Inn. Then the rapid withdrawal, but there was no crackling fire and warm Kaffee Luz. Instead of that a dumb, cold rock, which showed total indifference against any curses. Artist withhelds stupid questions of passers-by, because the end oft the narrative remains gloomy. As everyone knows, who has tried sage himself and can imagine the painters sufferings, while trying to preserve herself for mankind.

    Which I hope will be successful. Because everyone, who is able to make such great little things, exists for the benefit of all. And a salty dog like Bowsprite should know, that some diseases can only be cured with warm Hudson-water.

    • tugster said, on 2015/12/05 at 19:01

      and other diseases can only be CAUSED with warm-Hudson water. be wary.

  3. Christine Van Lenten said, on 2015/12/07 at 12:46

    Christina, thank you for gracing my inbox with beauty. Don¹t stop! Wishing you well, my friend, ~Christine

    From: Bowsprite Reply-To: Bowsprite Date: Friday, December 4, 2015 at 5:18 PM To: Christine Van Lenten Subject: [New post] river rock and sage leaves bowsprite posted: “”

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