The Serpent and The Boy

The Serpent and The Boy

Posted by on Oct 31, 2013 in Illustrations | 0 comments

With that, the snake lifted her head away from his, gripped the upper part of the circle with her tail, and, it seemed to the boy, propelled herself straight into the dense light of the sun.   So the boy reached his arms out, stood on his tiptoes, and leaned forward. He fell but not fast at first: for he felt the heat catch him. Illustration for “Lost Cantos of the Ouroboros”. DAZ Studio, Carrara, Bryce, Hexagon and...

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The Accidental Gods

The Accidental Gods

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The first stories, you know, the first stories were not about saving face or explaining anything. They were neither to share, nor to illuminate. And they definitely were not to create a stage on which Life-That-Was-Not-Lived, two-dimensional life, could have a full and infinite venue. There were no such things then. No such thing even as failure or success, There only was and there was not. Illustration for “Lost Cantos of the Ouroboros”. DAZ Studio, Carrara, Bryce, Hexagon and...

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The Temple

The Temple

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Then They pull me away from my transgression–my melancholy for the distance between here and there and now and then, between she or he and me–and into the great Coral Hall.   The first time, it is a balm, bathing one in the comfort that what They said was true: Here, Lady Wei dances with Lao Tzu, and then with your father. Issa dances with Basho. Sun Su smiles as she passes by a monk I used to be, before what I am now. Illustration for “Lost Cantos of the Ouroboros”. DAZ Studio, Carrara, Bryce, Hexagon and...

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The Agreement

The Agreement

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In the corner of this room, the spider quietly responds… The woman’s mind moved then, to the window, where, indeed a butterfly hovered as though pausing to check the time in a race. Part three of the Medicine Trilogy. Illustration for “Lost Cantos of the Ouroboros”. DAZ Studio, Carrara, Bryce, Hexagon and Photoshop.

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One Message

One Message

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The young Portal was, at this moment, being watched by the elders who sat in the woods around the last embers of the night’s fire. They had watched her before, when she had carried home a dead owl, when she had dived into the boy out of whose mouth phrases from the voices in the hills fell like surprise rain showers, as she envied the way the snakes ignored him and the eagles came to him– Part two of the Medicine Trilogy. Illustration for “Lost Cantos of the Ouroboros”. DAZ Studio, Carrara, Bryce, Hexagon and...

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