Monday, May 30, 2011


Can or can't you feel
a dominant handedness
behind the randomness
of loss? Does a skew
insinuate into the
visual plane; do
the avenues begin to
strain for the diagonal?
Maybe there is always
this lean, this slight
slant. Maybe always
a little pressure
on the same rein,
a bias cut to everything,
a certain cant
it's better not to name.
-- Kay Ryan


Anonymous said...

words and art are pure magic together...such beauty in such pain

hugs <3

craftattack said...

Words that tell a story of pain and hurt! Your envelope is on its way! Valerie

Netty said...

Wonderful words and art. Annette x

Shayla said...

Love her hair looks lovely especially against her blue dress!

Christine Krauss said...

Love your new painting Pam! Beautiful! You always have such a lovely way of combing words and images! Wonderful! Huggies, Christine xxx

Bill said...

I'm so glad I clicked on the painting to see it in a larger size. The small version does not do it justice. Beautiful! You must have borrowed the sunglasses from your avatar.

Clare said...

powerful words - your painting makes me think of a strong powerful women, the background appearing tranquil is actually strong, and seems to give give support. i love the glow around the lady and the glasses make her look a little mysterious as if she knows something but wont tell.

art2cee2 said...

The words and the painting a perfect match! :-)

Lori Saul said...

I too enlarged this and saw what wonderful swirls of magic and color surround her. I am loving these elegant/subtle expressions in your recent pieces Pam. Less is definately more.

priti.lisa said...

I love your painting style, Pam...every girl is recognizable as yours, but they all have a different personality, you rock! ♥♥

Gloria said...

Excellent painting. :) Thanks for sharing.

Pat Tillett said...

As always, I love your choice of colors. The piece goes well with the words also...

Kiki aka Victoria said...

powerful..she rocks!!