Posted: June 12, 2017| Author:Hugh MacLeod|Filed under:2013|Comments Off on “Everybody in New York Talking About Marfa” 2013
“Since 1997 I’ve drawn thousands of “Hughcards” [cartoons drawn on the backs of business card], just to give me something to do while sitting at the bar. Over time they have become increasingly religious and or meditative, over time they became ‘Cathedrals’."
(What is a "Cathedral”?)
A “Cathedral” is a series of x-hundred smaller, business-car “Hughcard” drawings (number per piece varies), forming a single piece under a single pane of glass.
“Cathedral” is a metaphor for a Holy Place, where the spirit goes to be amplified through contemplation.. The pieces are designed to generate a state of contemplation in the viewer.
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