Sunday, February 28, 2010

Craig Sorensen Shines This Sunday


Today at F-Stop we have our first male artist revealing himself and his art in a rich and moving essay "Warm Comforts on Naked Flesh." This photograph of the author in his writer's "zone" was taken by Craig's talented wife, DeDe Sorensen--I just love that spiritual glow. When you read Craig's essay, I'm sure you'll be inspired to expose yourself at F-Stop, too, so hop on over for a true Sunday treat and then put on your thinking cap. We want you naked!

11 comments:

Jo said...

Like a young, intellectual Russell Crowe, maybe?

Donna said...

Yes, or possibly a sexy Jesus ;-)?

Craig Sorensen said...

(blushes)

Jo said...

Touch type me, Jesus, 'cross the keyboard of life?

Erobintica said...

I'm glad you said what I was thinking Donna! Hahaha!

What a wonderful series you've helped start!

Emerald said...

Robin and Donna — I totally found the same thing occurring to me when I first saw the picture! It reminded me of depictions I have seen of Jesus! Such a gorgeous shot.

Jo said...

see now, this just shows I'm not a proper Christian. If I'd been to sunday school I never would have thought of Russell Crow before our lord :)

Donna said...

Thanks, Robin. I hope you're working on your post?

The glowing face is straight from the religious paintings in my grandma's house, Em. And Jo, yes, Jesus is with us always ;-), but I'm not sure it was worth all those wasted Saturday mornings (that's when Catholic kids go to CCD, which means we had to go to church twice on the weekend, ugh).

Emerald said...

"If I'd been to sunday school I never would have thought of Russell Crow before our lord :)"

LOL!!!!

Craig Sorensen said...

Jo, regarding this just shows I'm not a proper Christian. If I'd been to sunday school I never would have thought of Russell Crow before our lord

If you consider the subject of the photograph, you may just be more on the straight and narrow than you know. ;-)

Erobintica said...

Thanks, Robin. I hope you're working on your post?

Yes, Donna, I am. Should be interesting. ;-)