Demeter’s Kitchen

August 27, 2011 § 10 Comments

Here is an example of how these strange little sentences I’ve been composing have, in turn, affected the things I paint.  This is the kitchen attached to the porch from the Tricky-Dip poem (see yesterday’s post).

"Demeter's Kitchen", oil, 12" x 24", $2500

I have not discovered the name of the woman the kitchen belongs to, but since the painting is hanging in a gallery right now, it needed a title, so I called it “Demeter’s Kitchen.”  The imagery was inspired by some very old and crumbling cabins on Isle Royale National Park, one of my very favorite places on earth.

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