Tuesday, May 10, 2011

the tender red thread.

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my adventurer friend jeremy hush scales walls to mine abandoned, haunted places, carrying organ pipes and bone and other precious debris home to compose his world of lost and forgotten things. he draws with a ballpoint pen, tender yet sharp images, imbued with the ghosts of clockworks, pale hands bent in prayer to unknown gods and the damp feathers of dark birds. i love his work and above are his newest pieces from 'a threaded whisper' showing now at philly's part time studios

xo  

5 comments :

danielle v. said...

so so heart achingly good...

erinnightwalker said...

Beautiful...

Sister Shirley said...

These works are sublime in the truest sense - unsettling beauty is the most effective kind of beauty.

quillandcloak said...

Very inspiring! I love drawing with ballpoint pen, but never seen it used in such detailed work before. Beautiful!

denise said...

ethereal in a way....emotionally stirring. beautiful. thanks for sharing.