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Saturday, May 25, 2013

Ella brings L. Diane Wolfe to the Garden

Elephant Frozen in Time by L. Diane Wolfe

here lies an elephant frozen in time
while stallions dream of mares in the mist,
and there at the edge
painted faeries frolic in tiny puddles...
thus is the art,
and this is the art,
the art of the heart of Diane,
who inherited love
without teaching
from a father
passed young
but leaving his love to Diane



for Ella, who introduces L. Diane Wolfe and her photography to the Imaginary Garden with Real Toads today. 
Diane’s photography can also be seen at Deviantart —according to Ella, Diane is a visual poet, and a true talent—an opinion with which Toads and followers of the Imaginary Garden will probably agree.


All photos by L. Diane Wolfe

13 comments:

Sherry Blue Sky said...

This is lovely, Kay - the "elephant frozen in time" is the image that spoke most to me. So sweet that you wrote about Diane, too, and the art her father passed on to her. Touching.

Ella said...

Kay you clever gem! This is brilliant and so beautiful~ I love your enchanted tale with Diane's visual poetry~ This could be a book!
:D
Bravo Kay!!
@>-------------xo

VaNdAnA ShArMa said...

Oh!! wow, what an idea to amalgamate everything in one single expression:) beautiful....

Kerry O'Connor said...

This is a beautiful tribute to the artist!

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Kay, thank you so much! I'm pleased you enjoyed my photos and I am very touched by the poem.

Mary said...

Very nice, Kay. It is wonderful when there is a concrete way (such as love of art) that a parent's love passes to child! How clever of you to use all of L. Diane Wolfe's creations.

Grace said...

This is a lovely tribute to the talented artist and heart of Diane ~

Sam Edge said...

What an excellent photo essay / poem.

Maggie Grace said...

How wonderful to write a tribute to the photographer! Indeed all her photos are stunning.

Susie Clevenger said...

What a beautiful tribute to Dianne...

Hannah said...

I love how you drew the beauty from each and spun them into one very touching tribute to the artist. So well done, Kay!

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

Love it!

Poet Laundry said...

aw, that's very sweet! I like how you incorporated each image into your write.