Anticipating Change

Different Similarities Three-Liane Sebastian

For gardeners, spring has to be the favorite time of year. As the light changes, the days may be cold, but the hope for warmth is on the horizon—viewed from the comfort of indoors. This image reminds me of early spring when the grass becomes green again, but not much else. It has the feeling of waiting for something to happen, something which is guaranteed.

This series advances the seasons from the balcony—a single perspective of passing time. Change is both inevitable and seasonal, a reminder that human control is limited. We can build the balcony from which to observe.

—Always inspired, Liane


Liane Sebastian wears an editor’s hat, designer’s coat, and artist’s shoes.


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