It is not with the lyre of someone in love that I go seducing people. The rattle of the leper is what sings in my hands. Jane Kenyon

Saturday, July 14, 2007

Fruit Of The Spirit

12 comments:

Irene said...

Such strikingly pretty images!

Hope you're having a good weekend! :)

Masago said...

ii desu yo!

Plus Ultra said...

Thanks Masago and Irene for coming by, I havent been writing poetry for some months now, I am working on an article on ATCs, hope to submit it for publication by the end of this week, Bless you.

"Angeldust" said...

Dear Kainseng
I see you have been into a lot of mischief......he-he-he

I must come back and spend serious time here - scroled down and see writngs I have not read yet!

Like this slide "system".

You mus thave gotten my "energy" messages as you have been on my mind all this past week - as I recalled you letting me know you went back posting at blogger.

I have not been this busy since 1994! Serioulsly.

Just got home fron the Surrey Arts Centre where I was invited to demostrate the paper batik tecnique - who would have thought it!?
Anyway, I am in the process of finalizing the turn around of my apt into a "formal studio-gallery" open to viewing by appointment.

The first weekend of August I am joining two other local artist to paint a mural at one of our beaches - the first one ever, I might add... City endorsed.
Be up to our eyeballs during the 58th annual Festival of the Sea..... looking forward to it.

Finished "Within" - as per post at studiogaleria blog...

On the writing front I have only been jotting down thoughts regarding gender issues on relation to the "Sacred Feminine" project.
Not much time for anything.
HAve not been to visit anyone at all for quiet a while... late May perhaps?

Will be posting about it all in the next couple of weeks as I have a little bit more time on my hands... (yeah!)

So nice to see you around - hope you are all well :)

Love and blessings to you and all

Blue Sky said...

I haven't been here a while. :D

I love these slides you've put up. These old Shanghai advert posters beats the modern ones any day. Pictures of ideal classic chinese ladies. Very cool.

- Liz

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

lovely -- nice to see your work!

Merryweather said...

Thank You very much for visiting my site & for the kind comment. I surely haven't forgotten your blog; though its been a while since I was here :) Your poetry & art, as always, I find to be very original and inspiring- all in all, beautiful! Anyway, I have yet to read a few of your latest posts... so I'll reserve my comments for those. Also, I am visiting: http://alwaysmorebeyond.multiply.com
:)
Peace & Love.

Don Iannone said...

Powerful images. Thanks so much for sharing. Hope you're well.

Plus Ultra said...

Thanks everybody, Liz, it is really good to hear from you

Anonymous said...

Great images. Very Cool. I look forward to reading your article.

David M.

Plus Ultra said...

Thanks David, I hope it will appear soon....

North said...

So very good to see you back Kianseng; it's been a long time, and you were dearly missed!!

Please come visit my myspace site; and become a member, and join my myspace friends and me, on our journey of sharing art, music, poetry and friendship! : )

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with loving kindness,
North