vendredi 11 mai 2007

Demeter's tears/Persephone's wrath

Can't you see I'm a mother...( without children)

Can't you see I'm a mother...( without children) close up

Who has not sat before his own heart's curtain? It lifts: and the scenery is falling apart.
Rainer Maria Rilke

7 commentaires:

Cindy Dean a dit…

I love your work. You posted a comment on my blog about create a connection website. What is that? You can email me at cd@cindydean.com. Thanks again.

Jen a dit…

So interesting.
I have always like the purples and oranges together...

I notice the symbolism in this piece...very meaningful to where you are, I suspect...

and the pomegranate...has she eaten the seeds yet? I am thinking yes. The buds on the tree are small hearts...is this hope for love blooming(I looked up the myth of Persephone...I learn so much from you..: )

but what about the quote...does compromise break the heart...

I love your art that has much thought and depth...

Princess Haiku a dit…

Very interesting juxtaposition of image and text.

Leah a dit…

this is beautiful. i love the story of persephone and demeter.

Tricia Scott a dit…

beautiful helene. don't worry. all those things you long for will be yours. have a peaceful heart today.

Marie a dit…

beautiful, just beautiful..
the colors are vivid. I heard Persephone in a movie yesterday and remembered thinking I wanted to look her up..You are a great teacher.

Krisite LaRose a dit…

wonderful work
beautifuL!!!