"Perambulation of Visionary Imagination" --by RusticWoodArt

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Blog entry by frank posted 01-31-2007 02:48 PM 876 reads 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Perambulation of Visionary Imagination i sit here in this mind of mine workspace, i am re-minded again of all those other projects that have passed my way, as they were hand played to the sound of having a perambulation of visionary imagination, which once found is then slowed down and brought into this dimension of earth bound time….

—-were i to sit in the arena of eternity, i would have no knowledge of the things that make my heart swell, while never missing a beat, as these hands long for and cry out to be set free to the gustative longings of no-more inhibitions as i am now ‘free formed’....

—-i am the one who since my awakening to the wood that so surrounds me, and feeds me with wants of pulsating desire, that come by way of having been there first of all at mind-place, i now come into the image-space of any who would look, and so i create this thing that was mine and give to the all that would behold as art, re-fined from the vaults of heaven or depth-mined from the pits of hell….

—-art is but the production that has been carried on, by one who is salivating at chance of getting to publish a character image, of the all that goes on inside their head which is guarded for most of time, but at unexpected and sometimes planned intervals, the gawker is welcomed and allowed to see within, as when the wall is cracked for a short instance of space, just as where the heavens meet your earth on your horizon….

And so while up in the joist space yesterday, I also got caught up in playing with shadows and so I took some photo’s using the night setting mode. I kind of like this shot of the light coming through the board and batten siding and the cloak of darkness that has settled all around, except for that streak of light which brushes on the side of “Genus Tsuga in a Box”. Oh well, there I go dreaming aloud again….

....and if there are any lover’s of the hot stuff out there, well you’ll know why I’m showing this photo! Are you salivating after the hot peppers, or just a gawker of hot boxes? And if for no other reason I can always use the box to store my stash of peppers. And in case your wondering, the slab that all are setting on is a piece of 16’’ wide pine slab, 48’’ long and 2’’ thick that I salvaged out of an old barn and am now making into a bench seat to go along with some other rustic furniture I am puting together for a show and then, who knows….

You all have a very good day!!!

-- --frank, NH,

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#1 posted 01-31-2007 07:36 PM

the lighting through the boards is indeed captivating and I think I would have been there for an hour, taking photos of the light, the shadows, the lines, the muted colours, the highlighted colours, the cut marks, the ….

-- ~ Debbie, Canada (

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#2 posted 02-01-2007 11:50 AM

Frank, I was raised on small farm in Canada. The top picture reminds me so much of the times my brother and I (the Texan) would sleep in the hay loft of the barn. We would study the cold blue shafts of moonlight drilingl their way through hay dust floating in the moist night air into our temporary scratchy beds.

-- CanuckDon "I just love small wooden boxes!"

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#3 posted 02-01-2007 02:59 PM

I am enclosing a photo and comment which Don gave me and I think fits this blog of comments very well; thanks Don!

“Speaking of evening light, I miss the long northern summer nights where it stays late until close to mid-night….but here’s a picture that I took during my last visit to Canada. I was reminded of it when you wrote, _”just as where the heavens meet your earth on your horizon….”.” —by Don

....and also….


-- --frank, NH,

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#4 posted 02-01-2007 11:30 PM

Thanks, Frank. You are a gentleman!

-- CanuckDon "I just love small wooden boxes!"

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