ART REVIEW: Giotto di Bondone and His Exquisite Lament

It’s 1303, and the Renaissance had not yet emerged. Artists had not ventured into the scope of human emotion. Genuine humanity remained hidden in the canon of sacred art. And Giotto di Bondone couldn’t have chosen a more appropriate subject to introduce ground-breaking gestural elements. Let’s take a look at the sacred art of Giotto di Bondone’s work capturing the essence of natural sorrow—Lamentation of the Death of Christ.

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Camille Sutton
12 HAIKU Meditations For the Delicately Deliberate

With just a few words, you can build a place of contemplation on a page. Give it a try. It could be the mindful practice of 5 minutes to connect with a moment fully. It could be the love note your father needs to hear. Or it could be the very gesture of delight you find in the presence of God. Hope you enjoy a few of my own, and I hope you comment below with your 17 syllables.

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Camille Sutton