Thursday, December 8, 2016

Story Birds

"After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world." 
- Philip Pullman

Artist, Dan May suggests themes that can lead the viewer into a story. Each of his paintings has a setting that develops nature's beauty. Characters and animals have a psychological intensity that swirl in wind. Noticing detail with facial expression hidden, the viewer feels drawn into the activity of an unfolding story.

Body language reflects the drama of life on a personal scale. Dan May wishes to reveal a "glimmer of hope even in the saddest of moments."

Find a painting or photograph that evokes emotion. Discover the essence of its story.

Revel with joy in opportunity. Reveal the details.

Let the story birds out to play.

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