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kisva abstract no. 1
by daniel g walczyk
- Artist Notes
- from the Nature Collection
In the language of the Hopi, Kisva means "Shady Water." In the Red Rock region of Arizona, near Sedona, is another of the America's powerfully spiritual places in Red Rock State Park. Sedona is well known for it's "New Age" population, but it is from it's "old age" peoples that it gets its natural and spiritual power. Our nation must learn to keep it clean and green, for in the midst of this arid country, clean fresh water will continue to flow if we change our ways and guard our resources. Not only will we be rewarded with the present . . . our progeny will be rewarded with a future. Take heed the cries of the earth, and nurse her back to vitality, for she may sing again if she hears our hamony.
Copyright 2008 by Daniel G. Walczyk, Vulcania Graphics & Fine Art; all rights reserved.
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Dan is a self taught photographer and digital artist whose love of nature and the environment infuses virtually all of his fine art imagery. From macro to landscapes, fl ora to wildlife, aerial to terra firma, he examines the textures, patterns, forms and colors of nature and its in ...
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