The Mercy Seat

June 7, 2015

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12 Responses to “The Mercy Seat”

  1. memadtwo said

    This is beautiful.

  2. I love this….it’s a bit like peering into an enchanted wood 🙂

    • I think it was enchanted, but only for me. It held no interest for my kids. If I lived near I’d go all the while. It felt like a special place, but apparently staged to some extent by the victorians.

      • Then the Victorians should then be thanked for their outdoor creative designs!! I think it is a wondrous place to go and visit if you can 😉 Youngsters these days have a different outlook on many things, maybe one day they too will see your fascination too! I must thank Enid Blyton for forever letting me imagine an Enchanted Wood 😉

        • Blyton has alot to answer for – British summers are never hot or long enough now! It’s great how pictures evoke different memories and feelings in people. For me it’s the clear, bright light that makes the day seem like it will never end.

          • I know…..whatever happened to the endless balmy Summers of the sixties and seventies??? AND…all the fun too?
            Art can mean so many different things depending on the viewer, I agree, which makes it an eternal developing thing, in some respects! You very easily seem to be able to depict that in your art, which is what I love about it !!! A few simple brush strokes say volumes 😀

  3. kestrelart said

    Lovely atmospheric pieces

  4. Still mysterious! Very cool!

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