The Novels of The Trilogy of Remembrance
The first, THE DRAWING LESSON Alexander Wainwright’s most recent painting—The Hay Wagon, winner of the Turner Prize is a marvelous moonlit scene. An old fashioned wagon, bathed in an unearthly glow, dominates the scene. Yet at the pinnacle of his career he is about to lose his muse.Magical light creates stunning visions in Alexander Not everyone […]
Synchronicity and the Mystery of Number Ninety One
#freestories #synchronicity A Story told by Alexander Wainwright, landscape artist I thought I was in Trafalgar Square, but were these women MacBeth’s witches? If you’re like me, you may be rather embarrassed to admit a belief in synchronicity. By that I mean the coming together of certain events which hammer […]
Venice Biennale~Beauty and Violence.
Yesterday at the Venice Biennale, I happened upon an exhibition by The Propeller Group. Two artists from Vietnam [the group is based in Ho Chi Min City] spoke about their project called AK-47 vs. M-16. They were inspired by a story of two bullets which had collided when fired by the opposing sides on a […]