As the Crow Flies xii

The panels we prepared last Sunday and yesterday are dry enough to move, so I’m taking them home so I can work on them over the weekend. They’re pretty smelly because the size is a nasty material. I think I have about half the panels finished, so I’ll need to pick up more gold leaf and finish the bigger ones that we didn’t get to next week. For now, I have my work cut out for me getting the birds painted on these pieces. 

I wonder if I learn enough about alchemy I’ll be able to produce gold so that I can make my own gold leaf?


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Michael Pearce is an artist, writer, and professor of art. He is the author of "Art in the Age of Emergence."
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