Few would argue that populist, and rarely debated, definitions of US history focus the entire conflicted mid nineteenth century on a contemporaneous Union motivational factor of abolitionist sentiment and intent.
My father and I framed this diagonally braced, mortise and tenon, post and beam barn about a decade ago.
Watercolor, oils, some spray paint and soy wax for copper casting.
A POEM FOR AEGLE Fish Hawk “Haliaeetus Leucocephalus“ “ae ae aesculapius of the aether… …originates as archaeopteryx” The aether’s archaeopteryx reigns… aloft, see in dreams… which aesclepius sustains… for nature’s height hath caduceus brains… So the ether’s archaeopteryx must… rove the air, to tell… in trust… adeptly weaving worlds… with words! …and while weaving… proceedContinue reading “Bald Eagle”