Kisu original painting 36 5/8” X 40” Acrylic on canvas paper, 2009
Kazuo and Aiko drank the water from the stream in which the dew of the chrysanthemums had fallen; longevity was assured.
Holding hands they made their way back to the bench, the bench that only a few days prior, each sat reading unaware of the other. The sweet smell of flower blossoms filled the air, the grass seemed greener and the birds’ plumage more brilliant, quietly they sat, each secretly wishing this moment would last forever.
Kisu from Lares and Penates Series: Lares and Penates an on-going series of paintings based on cherished household items from friends, family, and orphaned items found in thrift shops.
Kisu/Lares and Penates Series ©2009