My post is a little late, not the usual 23:23 time slot, lots of rendering and tweaking last night so I am getting at this first thing. Not much to say with words today, but the work is quite well suited to replace my words. Besides, words are for categorizing and controlling according to Burroughs.
Yesterday was a very busy day of capturing sounds and images. It was quite windy and many interesting ideas came from that.
In 1888, Geogina Stirling took to the stages of Europe as Marie Tourlinguet, a stage name taken from the French spelling of Twillingate.
From the paths of Twillingate to the streets of Paris, from church basements to the opera houses of Europe, Marie Tourlinguet sang to the world in a career which spanned two continents and reached into the next century. (courtesy the Twillingate Museum)
The original post included text from the Canadian Encyclopedia that is not entirely accurate. I was corrected by the author of the book you can find at the following link, “The Heart’s Obsession” by Tonia Evans Cianciulli.
This is a recent and complete reflection on Georgina Sterling’s life.