We tried to see it at Odda’s Chapel.
Was that a wing, a halo, or just damp?
Our epiphany was not forthcoming,
for all our straining interpretation.
We went to St Mary’s adjacent church.
A child on the path pointed out a sign:
‘To the Angel’ – it wasn’t evident.
Then we walked across an apse’s ruins;
squinted upwards; craned our necks.
The elusive angel was always there.
The Pangolin Gallery, Chalford, Glos., UK showcases sculpture and
screenprints by Mario Marini (think horse and rider outside The
Peggy Guggenheim, Venice).
It also has sculpture by John Buck – see the gilded example above
and the site has a foundry which casts sculpture for artists such
as Lynn Chadwick.
You can visit at the moment.
Dixon-Stuart books have just made this anthology available on Amazon.
Candia thoroughly recommends this insightful read to all her followers.
The mind is its own place, and in itself
Can make a Heaven of Hell,
A Hell of Heaven…
John Milton: Paradise Lost, Bk 1.