Art and Aesthetics in Action
Written by: Professor Severyn T. Bruyn


Bass Rocks at Gloucester

Bass Rocks at Gloucester
Bass Rocks at Gloucester

Peace is a movement, always in motion. It crashes solid rock.

Roll on, thou deep and dark blue ocean – roll!...
Dark-heaving – boundless, endless, and sublime –
   The image of Eternity…
And I have loved thee, Ocean! And my joy
Of youthful sports was on thy breast to be
Borne, like thy bubbles, onward: from a boy
I wanton’d with thy breakers.

And trusted to thy billows, far and near,
And laid my hand upon thy mane – as I do here.

Lord Byron, Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage,

On the Road

Vincent (After himself)

A Peasant (After Vincent)

A Sea of Fire

Flying Colors

A Close Up

The Descent

A Quaker Arbor

The Horse on a Hill

Amaryllis Alone

Roses Rapping

Frames of Arborvitae

Good Morning

Lovers on the Farm

Bass Rocks at Gloucester

Satyagraha: A Meditation