Moccasins, painting by G. Mark Mulleian.
In this painting “Moccasins” an example of sublime detail, revealed here through individual grains of sand. The artist writes:
Detail in any giving work must breathe to obtain its own soul. It must have its own surrounding spatial environment no matter how intense or small, much like the proton, neutron and electrons, of their spatial environment of an atom, in order for it to exist.
Dry burning moccasins do I feel beneath my feet,
With a wind of rushing sand and eyes that cannot see.
Sunbeams stand tall beside me like bright organ pipes of
gold, only
to play upon its music sheet of sandy sea.
Dry burning moccasins do I leave behind,
with notes of dry winds and sunbeam's
play across the desert floor...
Til I am no more.