This artistic collaboration is the second in a series on creating sacred space in our often spaceless, frenetic lives. To wander through the first piece, offered by these two artists—Space to Rest—see here. Kimberly Poppe and Deborah Anne Quibell have found a meaningful synergy in their creative work—using image (for Kimberly) and poetic verse (for Deborah) in an attempt to capture the ineffable, always knowing they will fail, but finding there is something in the attempt that brings them closer. It is an endless endeavour, mysterious and everunfolding.
This second collision of photography and poetry hopes to offer nothing more than reflective space. We suggest that you move slowly through the piece, wading in the waters of reflection, allowing the words and images to become like a meditation.
The photos were taken along the fishing ports in Costa Brava, Spain at the end of winter, during a particularly reflective time. Both artists love the symbolism of the waterlines, the borderland of what lies above and what lies beneath, hidden below the surface. And, also, that the most weathered are often the most beautiful. From wherever you are, enter, and feel welcome.
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