Monday, January 01, 2007

It has also been said that the villagers are keen on converting that immolation site into a pilgrimage spot, since they expect many visitors


Blogger AndyDoodler said...

Wow- you are prolific.
I guess immolation is at least good for tourism

11:51 AM, January 01, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love your landscapes, nice brushwork and very unusual color combinations!

12:18 PM, January 01, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love the landscape setting. It seems calm, but yet there is something going on.

3:50 PM, January 01, 2007  
Anonymous Laura said...

God, that's beautiful---the colors, the textures. I tend to not take in the words in your pieces, because my eye is too busy taking in the painting. I hope you don't mind.

9:15 PM, January 01, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Once again I'm drawn in...

10:40 PM, January 01, 2007  
Anonymous Elaine said...

Like a landscape in film negative - we set off for a ride around on the moors yesterday until a sky like that sent us home for lots of hot tea. Unnerving (the broodiness, not the tea). Love this.

3:25 AM, January 02, 2007  
Blogger Michelle Lana said...


3:16 PM, January 02, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this looks great - I love it

3:51 PM, January 02, 2007  
Blogger Lori Witzel said...

What a heartbreaking title...and somehow calls to mind something I read recently about women throwing themselves (or, in despair, letting themselves be thrown) onto their husbands' funeral pyres, and being instantly remade into saints by their neighbors.

Gorgeous colors/textures, made all the more poignant by the title.

6:59 AM, January 03, 2007  

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