The fractured sky.

red blue and white fluid abstract painting

Glaziers mark to frame the squinting eye, here is what a sky becomes when you wake to the way the moon was always there beside the sun and inside a kaleidoscope of parallel heavens: now blue, now crimson, now slate, now yellow, each breaking into the next, and yet––instead of falling, it holds.


Inspired by the stained-glass sky collages of photographer Alex Hyner, as described here.

Author: Stacey C. Johnson

I keep watch and listen, mostly in dark places.

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