Category Archives: nanda

gerard manley hopkins

This is something I painted for Maria Fernanda Sosa, rolled up and carried to Venezuela to deliver to her. I probably owed her some money, I can’t remember now. Or maybe it was because her daughter, Fernanda Sosa, asked for … Continue reading

Posted in 'tis a gift to be simple, amuirin, awakening, christ, fernanda sosa, fifth business, gerard manley hopkins, God's Grandeur, jesuits, nanda, poetry, stop and wander, supernatural bridge, what's bred in the bone, with warm breast and with ah! bright wings. | 2 Comments

new work!

and still more to post… I is for Bugs . I is for… by Lirone, author of the blog Words that Sing. (Lirone means “song is mine, joy is mine”…) . Tiel Aisha Ansari, author of the blog, knocking from … Continue reading

Posted in art, collaborative storybook, ekphrasis, image prompts, nanda, painting, poetry, stories, storybook collaborative | 3 Comments

something new from the art predator, and more…

Lunch-break. The show is winding down and I’m working myself out of a job. That’s the way it works and we are usually ready to be done with the movie at this point, anyway. It never was a calling, just … Continue reading

Posted in 'tis a gift to be simple, art, callings, collaboration, collaborative storybook, ekphrasis, film making, film work, image prompts, maria fernanda sosa, nanda, painting, pepektheassassin, picture prompts, poetry, scenic artist, script writing, stories, works in progress, you can't say you can't play | 4 Comments

4/23/08 nanda (image prompt)

james17930, author of the blog, Intropolis (and several others!), wrote Nanda, using the painting below as his starting point. . paisley, author of why-paisley?? (and others!) wrote completion . .

Posted in art, completion, dark, image prompts, intropolis, james17930, nanda, painting, paisley, poem, poetry, stories, whypaisley | 1 Comment

portrait of Nanda

Posted in art, character studies, chiquitica, dreamtime, fernanda sosa, light dark, love, nanda, poetry, portraits, recovery, stories, visual journal | 9 Comments