Listen: Harmony (New Monochromatic Collage)

Listen: Harmony (New Monochromatic Collage)
Listen: Harmony (collage) by Polly Castor Listen: Harmony (collage) by Polly Castor

Harmony is going on all the time; we’ve just got to listen for it. I used black and white collage to highlight this idea in this 11″x17″ work. You can see the whole piece above or look at close up photos below.

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Can you hear harmony right now?




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  1. Sue+Krevitt 1 year ago

    “Harmony is the fact; discord, the illusion.”
    – Mary Baker Eddy

    One of my favorite reminders, so…. thank you, Polly, for illustrating and echoing this fact.

  2. Sue+Krevitt 1 year ago

    There are 275 references to harmony in Mary Baker Eddy’s writings. Now, to study them again!

  3. Sara Ostrov 1 year ago

    Wonderful. You’re doing great work. ❤️🎨

  4. Brian G 1 year ago

    What I hear is “Everybody I Love You” from csn&y DejaVu album. At only 12 years old. Still in my rotation decades later.

  5. Brian G 1 year ago

    I also get my metaphysical dance groove on with these:

    ATB “Love Will Find You”
    ATB “In Love With the DJ” (you know who that is)

  6. Brian G 1 year ago

    What’s on the flip-side of Love?

    Nearly any spiritual [harmonic-melodic-progressive-house] mix from Shingo Nakamura!
    My fave is to gently float down Tokyo bay with him live, but audio only is just fine too.

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      Polly Castor 1 year ago

      Thanks for the recommendation!

  7. Brian G 1 year ago

    In Prose Works, on p 437 in “Letters from those Healed”, there is a testimonial from Mrs. Fannie Meeks of Bells, Texas, where in her loneliness she heard the wild flowers and mocking-bird sing “On earth peace, good will towards men.”

    It made me cry, because I know she wasn’t exaggerating.

    I’ll stop with this one: Uta/Ado “New Genesis”. To me it’s about discovering the reality of Genesis I, not II.

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