me that’s the end always…to live on paper what we’re living in our hearts
and heads; and
“Things are tough” people keep saying. “”Things” are what they are,“ some of us respond. Blessed with “an eye”, eagerness, empathy, we artists launch ourselves into the future by painting personal universes on whatever medium we are duty bound to use: with a squish of a paint company’s colorist’s new work, something bold, strong, brilliant, sparkly, unusual. We work with selected brushes and palette knives. For two years, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, then for additional two years in Tualatin, Oregon, I hand cut pounds of paper which I then used to form figures on brightly painted drip-grids creating my own brand of collage.
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