Quote by Virginia Woolf: “I feel a thousand capacities spring up in me. I...”
I Am Rooted Framed Art Block
Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads. I am arch, gay, languid, melancholy by turns. I am rooted, but I flow. Share this quote:.
Strike a balance between stability and the flow of change with this inspirational image by Alena Hennessy. Featuring Virginia Woolf's impressionistic prose in an undulating, wave-like line "I am rooted, but I flow" the abstract composition is evocative of dunes secured by sea grass, with the flowing sea and sky beyond. Woolf's words are set between these elements like the ever-changing water line, in a graphic homage to her novel To the Lighthouse. Hennessy's rendition of the sentiment is perfect for anyone experiencing a transition--graduation, relocation, or a career change. The durably mounted print of Hennessy's artwork comes ready to hang in a complementary, driftwood-like ash frame. Made in Portland, Oregon.
Virginia Woolf — 'I feel a thousand capacities spring up in me. I am arch, gay, languid, melancholy by turns. I am rooted, but I flow.'.
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