As written by David Adams
"As I stare out to sea, the waves crash angrily against the cliff side. I see a ship in the distance framed by a halo of light formed from the setting sun. The beams of light, scattered across the world as dark heavy clouds, seem to manifest from a distant land far from sight and knowledge. The wind whips around like a horse master trying to save a coach from a pack of hungry wolves. My thoughts flash through my head as quickly as the lightening appearing from the darkness , leaving Me anxious and confused. Thunder rips past my being, standing alone in such a wide open world, and I feel the power tremble the air around Me. I lose myself in thought as the ship disappears from sight. As the sun disappears from the horizon, the storm begins."
I was contacted the other day by a young aspiring writer named David Adams asking if he could use this image of my painting "Sea Storm" to go along with a piece he had written. It is wonderfully written and I am so honored that he used the image. He has given me permission to post the piece here on my blog. Enjoy.