I’ve been playing with words in inks, layered into an abstract piece.
moved by water and letting it go where it will.
I’ll tell you a bit more about it as I move into it, but for now…
The words buried are about Trump’s version of America.
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“Memory is more indelible than ink.”
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Hahnemühle Nostalgie Sketchbook,
Diamine, Robert Oster, KWZ, usually from Vanness.
Birmingham inks… made by them!
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It must be so cathartic to write all of that out and then see it dissolve. I hope a lot more than ink dissolves soon.
From your mouth to God’s ears, as my mom used to say…
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