Behind Time's painted verdigris veil, these metals radiate a steadfast shine.
"As the poet said, "only God can make a tree," probably because it's so hard to figure out how to get the bark on."
- Woody Allen
Elegant and composed, a forest in bloom whispers enchantment. Petals kissing cheeks.
Chaotic and colorful yet delightfully zen. Playful abstractionism kindles the imagination.
A kinetic expression of ink against paper, the orchestration frozen in climactic forte.
Our own revival of 1930's fashion.