Post #25.5, Weds., October 13, 2021

Historical setting: 588 C.E. The courtyard of Ligugè          But this is the day Brother August was delivered a great quarried stone of marble. Ligugè has a new commission. With Brother August’s eye and artist’s hand we are consigned a task to create a greater work of sculpture for a wealthy man’s garden than hisContinue reading “Post #25.5, Weds., October 13, 2021”

Post #15.11, Wed., December 23, 2020

Historical setting: 6th Century C.E. Somewhere in the Pyrenees          We asked the one who markets stone carvings what artist created this sculpture of the baby Jesus and his mother.          Antton explains, “We were at the quarry we use to cut the stone for this winter’s work when we discovered another man using ourContinue reading “Post #15.11, Wed., December 23, 2020”