I’ve managed to paint the scythe in a light raw sienna, and to clean up the blade in a solid grey that will take a touch of blue to fix the edges and add a metallic quality to it. I’ve asked Lolita in our costume department if she has any crowns that i can borrow for the alchemical king and queen, turns out that they have some, but they’re going to need them for the production that they’re working on right now, so this will have to wait until May, which is okay, because I have a million other things to paint and worry about right now as I prepare for the Brand show.

The Scandinavian Festival labyrinth has been populated by a mixture of people walking its meandering path, ranging from contemplative new agers moving quietly to young children hurtling around as fast as possible. I like the location of this path, it’s a bit more secluded this time, so there’s more of a sense of isolation and peace about the experience.

The Tuesday evening candlelit walk is planned for eight o’clock.

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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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