"Panic in the face of the moon--round effendi Or the phospored sleep in which he walks abroad Or the majolica dish heaped up with phospored fruit That he sends ahead, out of the goodness of his heart, To anyone that comes--panic, because The moon is no longer these or anything And nothing is left but comic ugliness Or a lustred nothingness. Effendi, he That has lost the folly of the moon becomes The prince of the proverbs of pure poverty. [...]
Here in the west indifferent crickets chant Through our indifferent crises. Yet we require Another chant, an incantation [...]
I have not listed any new items for a while, partly because of my "regular" job, partly because of huge impending decision deadlines (see previous posts re PhD studies) but partly also because I have started weaving cotton thread, bead and whatever-other-treasures-I-can-find necklaces. I have created a very primitive loom using foamboard, dressmaker's pins and crude drawings. Have a look at my work in progress:
Many more exciting things to come. Until then: xo.
My creative journal has been flooded of late by academic musings and their respective photographs. Busy making decisions about what grad school to go to, I have utterly neglected my jewelry/art making. Even those moments of inspiration when I really wanted to create something new have been interrupted by the need to go to work, or the need to merely sleep during my non-working hours. This post will attempt to steer the blog back onto its familiar road.
You may have noticed a new type of pictures taken for my etsy shop, involving better lighting, earrings made using antique objects and books used as props. These, my friends, are symbols of things to come... More I will not say, for then the symbols will lose their mystery. Only this: greciangoldsmith is changing.