The Kick-About #45 ‘Splendor Solis’

Some magical transformations for January.

Red's Kingdom


From the effortless, airborne whirligigs of our last Kick-About together to another transmutation of matter into something elemental and illuminating! For this week’s creative challenge, we’ve been in the business of summoning the sunshine, and, at risk of seeming self-serving, I want to give special thanks to Gary Thorne for his contribution, which has something nice to say about all these continuing acts of creativity of ours, and the light they bring.


Vanessa Clegg

“I was thinking what could be the most ‘alchemical’ transformation imagined? What on Earth happens in those tiny parcels called the chrysalis? From the juicy tube of a caterpillar, wrapped tight and left to transform, an entirely new creature is made: the butterfly, drying and pumping its wings in the sun, a symbol of summer. The image is upside down, as I wanted the cases to look like ‘sort of’ vessels, with the butterfly levitating and…

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8 responses to “The Kick-About #45 ‘Splendor Solis’”

  1. philgomm says :

    Cheers Kerfe! X

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  2. Manja Maksimovič says :

    Glorious collage and the last stanza! 😮

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  3. boundlessblessingsblog says :

    Congrats dear Marta and what an amazing collage. Too good.

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  4. D. Wallace Peach says :

    Wow, Kerfe. Your piece blew me away. This are so much fun to explore.

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