If what you see is what you get, then I'm not through my getting yet
Fragment of the head of a Queen:
Photo behind it:
Egyptian workers on an excavation site
carrying sand or artifacts in small woven baskets
"The Ground On Which I Stand"
An American Masters documentary about August Wilson
"Jem Of The Ocean"
Seventies when a photographer friend used me in a series
Women I knew from my film days
Agnes Varda-Carol Clement-Ariel Dougherty
The Quilt I loved
from Deanna Cohen's recent post at Face book
Painting by Michael Sowa
Out Back In Manhattan
Shadows and Textures
Lines and Tracks
Fragment of Cloth Art
by Grace Forest
See the whole cloth still in process:
Lower Manhattan Full Moon Collage
On February 23rd in 1927, physicist Werner Heisenberg first described his Uncertainty Principle in a letter. In a nutshell, the Uncertainty Principle states that the more precisely we can determine a particle's momentum, the less information we have about its position, and vice versa. The principle represents one of the most fundamental differences between quantum mechanics and classical physics. Albert Einstein - who was a classical physicist - disagreed with quantum mechanics in general and the Uncertainty Principle in particular; he said, "I like to believe that the moon is still there even if we don't look at it."The most potent part of everything is invisible and unknowable,
It's transmitted through words that suggest it--by images, by gestures,
by thoughts that float on the air we share, and yet it remains itself.