More cruising the work on display at Artica.
The figures above have words torn into the green fabric but even up close I couldn't read much of it.
The diptych in the second photo represents the scene right behind me as I took the shot - grassy fields with the wooden structure of Our Lady of Artica (more about which soon), a single Doric column standing there for god-knows-why and the old Cotton Belt Railroad freight terminal, whose long east wall has been turned into a mural by Artica founders Hap Phillips and Nita Turnage. Looks quite Fauvist to me.
The last is the hardest to understand.It brought back hazy associations with some Japanese cemeteries I've seen.