MAR 29 | Posted By:

Between Day Past and Dawn

2015, Acrylic and carved wood, 20 3/4″ x 15 1/8″ x 4 3/4″; We share a great commonality, regardless of the happen-stance of birth; of privileged or privation – our lives stand between two eternities, …one behind us and one before us, hence the triptych form with a figure between two light edged, eclipsing darkness’s. Two hands are holding the figure at the elbows in a guiding and consoling embrace.
The title words, “between day-past and dawn”” are drawn from Carolyn Stoloff’s poem “When Silence Opens” which is in Carolyn’s last volume of poetry: Ah Wind: Uncollected Poems-Young and Old published by Mad Hat Press, 2014. Carolyn Stoloff; 1927-2015 was an artist, poet and anam cara, the ancient Gaelic term for soul friend – May you have many.

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