What will make the American newspaper survive the fast pace of technology?
Breaking news is instantly at our fingertips. Seconds later an updated version is splashed across the screen. We no longer need to wait for the delivery of the morning newspaper to our front door, by then it is ancient history.
Many readers still like the thin long, wide, crisp paper to hold. To read a column you have that option to fold it to the article. If you are on the go just fold and tuck it under your arm. Newspapers are flexible, recyclable and the print is made from pure vegetable oil. If you lose or tear a newspaper it is no great loss; unlike a cell phone, computer or tablet.
A newspaper will fade, yellow and turn into compost. Micro-chips and its’ devices are not bio-degradable and will exist in the archives of landfills for hundreds of years.
A house is a shell for the home inside, and the home is people within. Like the physical body is the temple for the Holy Spirt, and the heart is the soul that dwells within. What will make a home become a house, or what makes the body empty of spirit? Abandonment is sad either materialistic or spiritually. This painting I did is an abandoned house being strangled and pulled back to its elements. Can this house be turned back to a home? What will it take to put the soul back into the body and the Holy Spirit refilled?