5 Replies to “Nature People”

  1. These pieces see and are seen. With out apology the subject gazes out from the painted shadows. There is a story written in the hands and face. Aging hands, ragged nails, broken pencils.. aging leaves, changing seasons, slipping sands… and while the pencil may be cut to a point and the body will heal, there is a season to it all.. and I see these captured moments as the times that have built the man. Either the artist or the viewer because we all see what we need to, when we allow art to move us.

  2. Hi,

    We talked a few days ago and I really enjoyed our conversation. Afterward, I check out your site. I really enjoyed reading ” A Noise in Heaven” and “Portions”. It really reminds me of how Shakespeare wrote a Midsummer Night’s Dream. I would love to read more. What other pieces of work do you have? I’d love to read them.

    1. It’s been a while since we talked Porsha mean a few years back. Thank you so much for your comments, I’m inspired. I’m still it, I’m in the process of working on a book right. A collection of my artwork. Hope is well with you Porsha, keep in to touch and again thank you.

      B. McClain

    2. I am so intrigued with your art pieces of nature people. I entered a ephkrastic challenge and wrote a poem to go with one of your art pieces nature people #8. I viewed so many things as I looked at your art. It became three poems in one. I enjoyed the journey it took me on.
      Thank You for your Art.

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