Heres a piece by George Norrison, a member of the Chippewa tribe along le Lac Huron'.
He was a great interpreter of the stark landscapes of the Range and the lakes. His found wood creations usually had a horizon line that caught the banks of the LAke.
Fri 24 Aug, 2012 06:43 am
To help this thread continue along, it might be helpful to figure a basic list of artistic mediums which belong to the usual suspects.
That would be cool -- I was thinking the same sort of thing! I imagine there are a lot of people who would like something wonderful and unusual like that.
I love the videos. The process an artist uses is always something I enjoy watching. I'm fascinated by the way they can put a bit here... and a bit there... and a bit more right there and it seems so disconnected but it all ends up together. It's such a different way of seeing space than I can wrap my own head around.
Tue 28 Aug, 2012 07:15 am
I just now came across this, attributed to Sister Corita Kent, on an education forum:
I think rule #8 addresses my particular fascination.....