Mist Drift

Mist Drift

COMMISSION
40cm x 50cm
Indian Inks and acrylics on canvas
by Emma Rose


Mist drifts on the bay’s face
And the last of day, it would seem, goes under,
But it’s hard to tell in thus northern place
If this, now, is truly the day’s end, or
If, in a new shift of mist,
The light may break through yonder
To stabe gold the fray sea, and twist
Your heart to a last delight - or at least, to wonder

from Finisterre by Robert Penn Warren
(1905-1989)
American poet and novelist, the only person to have
won the Pulitzer prize for novel and poetry

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Mist Drift

COMMISSION
40cm x 50cm
Indian Inks and acrylics on canvas
by Emma Rose


Mist drifts on the bay’s face
And the last of day, it would seem, goes under,
But it’s hard to tell in thus northern place
If this, now, is truly the day’s end, or
If, in a new shift of mist,
The light may break through yonder
To stabe gold the fray sea, and twist
Your heart to a last delight - or at least, to wonder

from Finisterre by Robert Penn Warren
(1905-1989)
American poet and novelist, the only person to have
won the Pulitzer prize for novel and poetry

For Canadian client
Ref:
Date:
Location:
Photographer: