Bark Donut Artefact Display on Wall via the Artivive App
Cloud Fragment Artefact on Wall via the Artivive App
Rather than mere traces of movement, trails become cultural through-lines, connecting people and places and stories - linking the trail-walker's world into a coherent, if fragile, whole.
~ On Trails, Robert Moor
Cloud Fragment Trees are poems the earth writes upon the sky, We fell them down and turn them into paper, That we may record our emptiness
~ Kahlil Gibran
Bark Donut. We all have reasons
to keep things whole
~ Mark Strand,
"Keeping Things Whole"
Split Stone Anitya, the idea that all of existence is in a state of perpetual change... evanescent... impermanence... alluvial geology...
The impulse to escape notice is not about complacent isolation or senseless conformity, but about maintaining identity, ...
~ How to Disappear, Akiko Busch
Bark Fragment A tree is a passage between earth and sky.
Love is a tree with branches in forever with roots in eternity and a trunk nowhere at all
~ Richard Powers, The Overstory
Leaf Shell For the artist communication with nature remains the most essential condition. The artist is human; himself nature; part of nature within natural space.
An active line on a walk, moving freely, without goal. A walk for a walk's sake.
~ Pedagogical Sketchbook, Paul Klee
Green Pocket When one also considers the beautiful spiral forms that are so prevalent in nature ... and in art through the ages ... one cannot but become convinced that there is a common source to all this....
~ On Handwork, Renate Hiller & Making a Life, Melanie Falick
Plume The trees too were fantastically varied, some tall and sturdy, soaring proud and erect; some tiny and stunted with their branches trained as if to illustrate the flow of the wind... shaped and contorted to create illusory vistas.
~ Amitav Ghosh, River of Smoke
Be still like a mountain and flow like a river.
The softest things of the world overcome the hardest things of the world.
The best way to live is to be like water.
Even a 1,000 mile journey starts with a single step.
~ The Way, Lao Tzu
Green Curve“We shall not cease from exploration