Friday, August 22, 2014


I may have even placed it there myself decades ago when we were a real 'community'
and raised money to plant the ten original trees on the block
Soaked and scrubbed
Rust left a mark
(Switched to a warmer light source for these next shots)

A strip of tar and something else made marks
I made some marks
In a world of uncertainty and strife, something about a stone seems right.  It's the past in my hand.  The future?  Who knows.
Something More About Stones
about time, and about the ineffable
This is a documentary about the artist
Andy Goldsworthy
British sculptor, photographer and environmentalist producing site-specific sculpture and land art situated in natural and urban settings. He lives and works in Scotland.
(1 Hr. 45 Min.)

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"My life, the most truthful one, is unrecognizable, extremely interior,
and there is no single word that gives it meaning."
Clarice Lispector 


grace Forrest~Maestas said...

i love your stone. it comforts me.
and you made marks. this comforts me too.

Nancy said...

Oh Michelle...I love this. The stone, so honored. You have no idea how I enjoy hearing your voice. I was telling my sister of Andy Goldsworthy!

Mo Crow said...