Midwinter approaches -- this one is called Chronos, and it is seasonal in that Chronos/Saturn had his celebration at midwinter in Roman times. It plays on the time-aspect of "chron" by means of a heavy watch rim around the image, and the whole thing is based on a page out of the almanac listing Killing Frosts and Growing Seasons. The turning point of the year, the longest night, moves toward the return of the light.
I've been living too much in the outside world lately -- events and committees and dramas are getting in the way of real life! Time to hibernate a little . . .
My work is both personal, in the way a dream or a memory is personal, and archetypal -- an attempt to match external forms with internal themes. See whatever speaks to you in it! Most pieces are for sale in the $100 - $400 range, but I'll consider any reasonable offer. Thanks for stopping by!