Wednesday, June 23, 2010

La Mar - The Sensual Sea

"A Lot of People 
Attack the Sea, 
I make Love to it."
In Memory of Jacques Yves Cousteau 
June 11, 1910 -- June 25, 1997

 La Mar!
Lovers, dreamers, and me
Lured into a sensual dream of sound
Seduced by the ocean's haunting sirens
That sweet sound that calls us by name
While we drift off to that place 
The waves speak our hearts for us
Keeping cadence to the rhythm of the sea,
We journey to a place of wonder 
Where the hunger of my soul 
Is filled  by your passion
And we dance as lovers do
  in close embrace 
you holding me 
and me holding you
to the music of the sea.
Red Sail Rides----- the Crest of Sensation-----
A Taste of Freedom...
Seahorses Dance to the Sun
Ah! Inexplicable Joy
Luminous Creature
Pulsing Tendrils Caresses My Skin 
 Takes My Breath Away

"The real cure for our environmental problems is to understand that our job is to salvage Mother Nature. We are facing a formidable enemy in this field. It is the hunters... and to convince them to leave their guns on the wall is going to be very difficult."  Jacques Yves Cousteau 


mermaid oil on canvas-Nancy Norman- photo by joanny
acrylic on glass Seahorse by Susan Bates -Love Art galley - Portland photo by joanny
Brass Sea Horse by Ben Nye -Love Art galley - Portland photo by joanny
Crystal jellyfish by Geraldine Gonzalez is a former shoe designer turned sculptor. She creates luminous sculptures from crystal paper that have a sense of mystery.
Turtle -- recycled  material by Ben Nye  -Love Art galley - Portland- photo by joanny