See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and the late rains. - James 5:7

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Compartments - Terrance Nelson - Gallery One









Top: Homage to David Ligare
Middle: Domestic Scene
Bottom: All the Lonely People





7 comments:

  1. Please click on the images to enlarge for greater detail. I apologize that the scans cut off an edge or two on a couple of the images.

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  2. Very nice, Terry. I'm impressed!

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  3. I'll provide the usual inane chatter one finds at such events.
    But first, Terry, I'm really impressed. These are good.

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  4. Sorry, coming to these works of art following another stay in hospital...I am so pleased you are continuing to make art Terry.

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  5. Ter: You are enormously talented. This is a great show. I find this series upsetting and provacative. I think you intended it to be. It's a very narrow and confining-almost claustrophic.

    If I extend this to the current situation of our Nation, I find this series very reflective of how so often we compartmentalize each other and ourselves. Even the Faith-as you illustrated so well with the Virgin and Jesus barely fitting into a house (or it a church or a monastery-open to interpretation by the viewer). I think that one is my favorite.

    Each piece stands alone open to viewer interpretation.

    Seriously, I'm stunned. I'm babbling on. I knew you were talented. I never knew how much.

    Prayers here. Thanks for sharing, my friend.

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  6. Outstanding, Terry. These moving little pics reach right in and grab you. Before I read the title for "Domestic Scene" I thought it was a thunder storm. I was drawn to it right away. The people looked like flashes of lightning to me, and the steps (steps?) like slats on a window shutter. Sometimes families have storms, with shouting thunder and flashing anger. It leaves you wondering how to climb the steps and will you be alone at the top.

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  7. The sweet face of the Virgin Mary in Gallery Nine is my favorite. Love the colors you used in many of the other pieces. Very nice. You're very talented.
    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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