Sandy Coleman and Tyler Brewington

“Tropical Dream”

By Sandy Coleman



By Tyler Brewington

Inspiration piece

In the language there is life, in the language there is death. I wanted an ambitious renovation of the nest. The nest filled with water and proved just as dangerous as the open sea. I got in in very good time and got, with the dolphin, excellent stabling. I pitched in, I swam for the shark. I mean in support of, in solidarity, and also I swam towards the shark. If there was an outlet here I wasn’t using it. If I had been in Rome, architecturally, I would have said this reminds me of Rome. I looked out to the beyond. It wasn’t a place where people go to have fun, but it happens sometimes. I flew home. Ma’am, I was told at the airport, don’t show me your bikini. Ma’am, I have to find your bikini on my own.

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  1. Posted December 28, 2012 at 9:22 pm | #

    Beautiful interpretation, unexpected black-and-white where the poem suggests vivid color. Gives us a different perspective.

  2. Posted December 29, 2012 at 11:16 am | #

    Hi, Annmarie, thanks for the nice words. To me, the piece had a wild, dreamlike feel. I tend to dream in black and white….I think. 🙂