The Prodigal Daughter

Artist

http://AdoraHorton.com

Yearning for permanence, and who wouldn’t?
Longing to believe it will last forever,
But what does? Nothing I know of.

Even the things that seem to stand still
Flow slowly into other forms.

The beloved’s first and only lesson:
Everything that is, becomes.

—Gregory Orr, “Yearning for permanence, and who wouldn’t?” (via litverve)

(via tierradentro)

"You cannot find peace by avoiding life." Virginia Woolf

transistoradio:

Gunther Gerzso (1915-2000), Structure in Grey and Red (1964), oil on canvas, 15 x 18 1/2 inches. Via Mid-Centuria.

transistoradio:

Gunther Gerzso (1915-2000), Structure in Grey and Red (1964), oil on canvas, 15 x 18 1/2 inches. Via Mid-Centuria.

transistoradio:

Nicole Wermers (b.1971), Untitled (Streifenskulptur) (2009), collage from magazine pages, 28 x 34 cm. Via artfacts.net.

transistoradio:

Nicole Wermers (b.1971), Untitled (Streifenskulptur) (2009), collage from magazine pages, 28 x 34 cm. Via artfacts.net.

transistoradio:

Robert Motherwell (1915-1991), Figure with Blots (1943), oil, ink, crayon, and pasted paper and Japanese paper on paperboard. Via Abstract Critical.

transistoradio:

Robert Motherwell (1915-1991), Figure with Blots (1943), oil, ink, crayon, and pasted paper and Japanese paper on paperboard. Via Abstract Critical.