Monthly Archives: February 2016
Hidden in Plain Sight: On Reflection
Posted on February 5, 2016 by thepoetsglass
Mirrors have interesting cultural connotations. They have been superstitiously seen as portals to another dimension through which spirits or demons can traverse, as status symbols for the wealthy to collect because silvering and glass-making technology was so difficult, rare, and … Continue reading →
Posted in Essays, Others' | Tagged Amanda Preston, Metaphor, mirror, Norman Rockwell, reflection, Triple Self-portrait, Visual analysis | Leave a comment
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