At black mountain College, Josef Albers encouraged her to use commonplace materials for her sculpture.
That black mountain opposite, with its army of skeleton deodars, makes me shudder.'
Such patriarchal families, they say, are not uncommon on the black mountain.
The black mountain is on the opposite side from the town across the river, and is, as its name denotes, a real black mountain.
The great bull, like a black mountain, still barred the path to him.
The black mountain wall that rings us poor mortals round about is cloven in one place only.
She was beautiful and defiant, facing the red sunset and the black mountain.
Spruce Mountain is now on our left, the broad flanks of black mountain occupy the right side of the valley.
She has also been seen in the black mountain in Breconshire.
Yana-urcu, or "black mountain," is a mass of calcined rocks.