Chalice

acrylic, foil on w/c paper

Chalice:  Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin calic-, calix

1. a drinking cup, goblet, eucharistic cup

2. the cup-shaped interior of a flower

3. a poetic euphemism for the sacred feminine

4. a type of coral, usually formed in the shape of a cup

5. an ornamental serving vessel

. . .an extraordinary word that inspired this art journal piece today.

Check out the right hand column!  I have just added a button for viewing the archives of all my past issues of monthly art newsletters, going back to August 2009.  Enjoy when you have the time!

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