Making clouds shine even if the world’s sun has gone.

As quoted from my real-time review of SANGRIA IN THE SANGRAAL by Rhys Hughes.

I visited Colchester Arts Centre this morning – with my elderly mother on Mother’s Day – and I saw some original Constable clouds and a book about Constable’s clouds… (The above book features clouds heavily)… 😐
As well as Carl Andre’s Firebricks on loan from the Tate (I saw them first many years ago when in the Tate).

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  1. Pingback: MAGIC FICTION AND MAGIC REALITY WITHIN THE OMINOUS IMAGINATION | The Nemonicon

  2. I am gratified that one of my Facebook Friends has put the following up as one of his two favourite quotations:

    “A writer should make the clouds shine even if the world’s sun has gone.” — Des Lewis

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