Impasto Portrait

Visual communion.

grey conch shell on shore

A shell, a glance, the hush between them. Your pyrotechnic palette, flashbang bravado only masks the stillness as we enter. Once inside, we become the bare guts of ourselves, removed of all packaging, and no one moves in the aftermath, to take up arms again.


Inspired by the work of Sylvia Snowden with phrases from Joe Bradley’s interview with the artist.

Author: Stacey C. Johnson

I keep watch and listen, mostly in dark places.

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