While pursuing a master's degree and studying Sacred Art, I am continuously asking questions and putting them out in the universe. For instance, can allegorical art really unlock the imagination and open the heart of the viewer? Can a single image really say a thousand words or does it take a thousand words to create a single image?
Two of the most brilliant artists, Dante Alighieri and John William Waterhouse, one spoke in words, the other in paint.
Dante and Matilda (study) (formerly called "Dante and Beatrice" from Dante's Poem of Purgatory) John William Waterhouse c. 1914-17