Prayer Flags

prayer flags

Vitreous enamel on copper. I fired this a couple of years ago but have held on to it. It’s a memory of a certain ridge in Sikkim where I stood enthralled among ancient burial stupas. An empty place except for rock and sky, and wind-tattered prayer flags.

About Harry Nicholson

I once bred Beveren rabbits in all colours. Today, I'm an enameller who works with a kiln, fusing pictures in glass onto copper. On Amazon is my novel, 'Tom Fleck', set in the North of England of 1513 - the year of Flodden. A sequel to 'Tom Fleck' is 'The Black Caravel' published in 2016. My anthology of poems came out in 2015: 'Wandering About.' Recently I published a memoir of my time in the Merchant Navy: 'The Best of Days'. I've a blog of poems, stories and art at: https://1513fusion.wordpress.com/
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7 Responses to Prayer Flags

  1. fryupress says:

    Excellent this one, Harry

  2. This is beautiful Harry. Is it for sale?

    • Sorry for the delay, Paul – I’ve been on a solitary week in Northumberland. Thanks for the compliment on the enamel. I want to keep this one, but I intend to explore the theme further. This size usually brings me about £26 from a local gallery.

      • No worries, Harry. Just got back from working in Finland myself, so it all worked out in the end. 🙂 I would love to own one of your pieces. If you still have any for sale I would appreciate if you could email me.

        Best Wishes,

        Paul

      • This blog is a bit neglected. I should post some of the recent enamel images – if anything appeals, let me know. I’ll be in touch by email.

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