The Stone Institute

Never Certain

Never Certain   One by One the Leaves fall. Northern winds Gust through the Half Naked Trees. Yellow, Brown, Red, Gold and Green. The Palate of Nature changes as Daylight Shortens. Rain has No Mercy on the Frail Foliage. There is Little Time to say Goodbye. As each Leaf Falls, another Portion Of a Living Wooden Skeletons Appear. Tree Tops Sway in the Wind. Scattered amongst the Woodland in Fractal Patterns, Each Behemoth stands Alone Many Saplings... Read More
Posted by Kevin Merigian at Tuesday, November 29, 2016
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Love Mankind

Love Mankind Justice comes When the Blind Horseman Rides. Standing Firm cannot Persuade the Righteous. They are Beyond the Voice of Reason. A Wall of Stone Stifles Communication on both Sides. Thirsty Humans desired Water more than Food. Starving Humans desired Food more than Knowledge. Ignorant Humans desired Knowledge to Conquer Nature. Nature was Vast, Relentless and Merciless. The Fall of Man was not Natures Fault. When Adam and Eve devoured the Apple, ... Read More
Posted by Kevin Merigian at Tuesday, November 22, 2016
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Yes, the gallery is open for the holidays!

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at Thursday, November 17, 2016
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