To see the world in a Grain of Sand, the poetic insight of William Blake, is to find relationships between the big and small, science and spirituality, the universe and the landscape. This cosmic setting provides the narrative for my content-driven work, the writing and design. I explore metaphors that underlie both growing nature and the laws of nature, parallels that root us personally in the cosmos as firmly as a plant, even while our mind escapes this home.
- Universal Monsters poster set, illustration by Nico Delort
- Srdjan Kirtic, photography
- Landscape junk assemblages by Tom Deininger
- Realistic and fanciful charm of narrative paintings by Danielle Duer
- The Aurora by Terje Sorgjerd, a vibrant dimension
- Landscape Monolith, series by Reynald Drouhin
- Siamese watercolor by Rachel Parker