…As in artistic flow.
Initially, the thought was to have an end-of-the-season post about the Garden of Destiny, but in reality there was no end of season. It literally had things to offer straight through the first year and then onward into year 2.
There are allegedly seven types of narrative conflict, however there is a very important one that was left out – Man Against Wall (vir obviam parietis in Latin). Man = woman in my case, but you get the idea.
Presenting “Vermeer” ala Lucy style…
LL is not always an abbreviation for Lucky Lucy. Long low walls are one of the main challenges with this tunnel, and does not lend itself to…… Read more “LL = Long and Low”
The NY Times had a fun little travel article about Delft, where the visiting author specified the exact time in Vermeer’s View of Delft painting was 7:12(am).
It is typical of me to take on projects not knowing 100% how it is all going to transpire. Then, in the mystery of not knowing or being frustrated, eventually new skills are learned and generally the level of mastery is upped every so slightly. In this case, the challenge at hand is figuring out how to line everything up with logical perspective guide lines.