Virginia Jaramillo's 'Green Dawn' // 'Dew and Spiderwebs' by Hauschka
"Green Dawn" can bring to mind many images: the first light of day touching down on the lawn, the first buds of leaves on a tree in the spring, a patch of evergreens among a field of snow. Virginia Jaramillo's artwork has a curved yellow line taking a detour through the expanse of green, a thread that you follow as it goes past the canvas.
Hauschka's '"Dew and Spiderwebs" brings about the image and feelings of a spring morning. As you listen, see if you latch onto, or follow anything. Maybe a trail of delicate spiderwebs through the dew of early morning
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