Posts Tagged: Slowcraft

James Murray ~ Mount View

In 2012, James Murray released Floods, a metaphorical reaction to annual flooding in the Welsh mountains.  A meditation on loss, The Land Bridge, followed in 2013.  The deeply personal Mount View completes this trilogy. Quiet and meditative, it still manages to convey a sense

James Murray ~ Mount View

In 2012, James Murray released Floods, a metaphorical reaction to annual flooding in the Welsh mountains.  A meditation on loss, The Land Bridge, followed in 2013.  The deeply personal Mount View completes this trilogy. Quiet and meditative, it still manages to convey a sense

James Murray ~ The Land Bridge

Last year James Murray impressed us with the elegant Floods, an aural reflection of the rising and receding waters that annually threatened his childhood home.  This time around, his subject is more general, but more relatable:  “patience, devotion and loss”.  That last word

James Murray ~ The Land Bridge

Last year James Murray impressed us with the elegant Floods, an aural reflection of the rising and receding waters that annually threatened his childhood home.  This time around, his subject is more general, but more relatable:  “patience, devotion and loss”.  That last word

James Murray ~ Floods

If the Lord had not been on our side, the flood would have engulfed us, the torrent would have swept over us, the raging waters would have swept us away  (Psalm 124:1-4).  Every year the snow would melt in the

James Murray ~ Floods

If the Lord had not been on our side, the flood would have engulfed us, the torrent would have swept over us, the raging waters would have swept us away  (Psalm 124:1-4).  Every year the snow would melt in the