Horizon of the Unseen is an uplifting compilation of writings taken from a wide spectrum of religious and cultural traditions presented alongside illustrations by Corinne Randall. The twelve chapters incorporate a diversity of styles ranging from representational depictions of the landscape to decorative and minimal designs. The paintings are visual metaphors reflecting the mood of the quotes either through the signs and symbols of nature or as abstract interpretations of inner spiritual emotions and concepts.
This second edition is available in a new format and expands on the original collection of words and images. Some of the authors and cultures represented are– Jalalu’d-Din Rumi (1207-1273 A.D.), Mahamud Shabestan, Al Ghazali and Kalil Gibran (Islamic tradition), Loy Ching Yuen and Lao Tzu from the Taoist tradition, Tibetan Doctrine and a Buddhist prayer. Bahá’u’lláh (1817-1892) and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá(1844-1921) from the Bahá’i Faith, St. John of the Cross, a 16th century Christain mystic, Moses de Leon, a 13th century Jewish cabalist, Hindu Scriptures. Chief Seattle and a Chinook blessing (Native American), T.S.Eliot, William Blake, Helen Keller, Nelson Mandela and Marcus Aurelius (Roman Emperor).