Past, Present and Future Tense
R. Kato

1 comment:

Tony Williams said...

It comes as no surprise: Robert, with this rendering, has again demonstrated his singularly unique and skillful ability to engage us with his work.

I do have two questions: Why choose to have three edges of the woman’s mask sharp and not the fourth. To this unsophisticated eye it seems incongruent.

Also, given today’s environment, is it possible the title is more poignant with a comma after “Future” and an exclamation point to close the title (statement)?