From the poem WHAT TO REMEMBER WHEN WAKING by David Whyte
Now, looking through
the slanting light
of the morning
that can be,
calls you to your
one love? What shape
waits in the seed
of you to grow
against a future sky?
Read the whole poem here.
Stephen Croeser. See Stephen's Face Book albums here.
When describing his work, South African artist, Stephen Croeser said "Architecture as metaphor might be a good starting place .... the threshold or portal .... here and there .... doorways, dimensions etc ..... yet also mark, music, time death, loss, longing, the spritual, memory, energy, and attempts to keep art and life integrated ..... "
Stephen Croeser. Ink, acrylic and pencil on paper. See more here and here
"When space and time are in short supply I tend to work on paper with ink and other water based mediums. It is a way of staying connected and also serves as a means to explore ideas, compositions or territories rapidly. One could say there exists some form of symbiosis between the drawings and the paintings, the mediums being very different with regards to viscosity and the speed at which one can work. However, these distinctions often blur or break down completely.
The creative process remains a mysterious one, one that, I admit, I do not fully understand. it is experiment, discovery and exploration that are the compelling agents at work here. Thankfully there is much that remains mysterious and hidden to us all." - Stephen Croeser
Stephen Croeser. See Stephens Face Book albums here
Photo by Elena Burj. Found here.
Photo by Avril on Flickr. See more here
Window Lighting by Beverly Slone. See Flickr photo stream here
Daniella Witte. See more here.
Passage Way 1 by Eric on Flickr. Click here.
View by Anne Valeur Erichsen. See Anne's Flickr photo stream here