The view from the command chair

This is what I see now, when I look up at the wall behind my desk:

From left top: "Red Birds," Helen Struven, Chinese oils "Patriarch," Kevin Dyer, cast paper "Carousel Tides," "Carousel Sun," "Carousel Seas," Eric L. Williams, digitally printed on canvas "Necessity's Child," David B. Mattingly, Giclee
From left top:
“Red Birds,” Helen Struven, Chinese oils
“Patriarch,” Kevin Dyer, cast paper
“Carousel Tides,” “Carousel Sun,” “Carousel Seas,”
Eric L. Williams, digitally printed on canvas
“Necessity’s Child,” David B. Mattingly, giclee

*happy sigh*

 

4 thoughts on “The view from the command chair”

  1. Helen would have been proud, had she lived long enough to know she had given her name to a space drive.

    . . .in fact, thinking about Helen, she’d not only have told all her friends; she’d’ve called a press conference. . .

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