1000 Words: An Inspired Writing - <i>New York Times</i>

1000 Words: An Inspired Writing - New York Times

They say a picture is worth a thousand words.

This spring SSAC has ushered in a new collaborative exhibit between our Visual Artists and Writers. Compelling and evocative images inspired stories and poetry of joy and sorrow, fear and longing.

Both the images and the accompanying writing will be shared in store, online, and featured here in our blog throughout the next seven weeks.

Artwork Created By: Sherryl Hopper
Medium: watercolour, framed & matted

The New York TImes
by Pamela Meacher

Invisible while sitting at a quiet table, silence is acceptable from a reader,

absorbing, digesting someone else's words as images dance in the head.

Silence is protective, silence is a weapon, silence rejuvenates,

we do not intrude.

Thank you for reading! We hope you enjoyed this instalment of 1000 Works. Please stop by our store to enjoy the art in person if you have a chance.

Like what you see? Want to take it home? Purchase this Painting HERE