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I turned to speak with her and it appeared she was walking on water. Then I saw them, huge whales just under the surface of the water. They knew her, and were coming to say goodbye. I adore whales, and … Continue reading
I love this pelican. More than most objects of mom, this and the whale (which someone in her building STOLE while we were packing) will be the best of my mom and I. She loved the ocean, we moved there … Continue reading
My entry into the Sketchbook Project is live online at the Brooklyn Art Gallery! Their scanning leaves a little to be desired (they left out pages and scrunched pages) so I published it again, below. It is touring the country … Continue reading
This is a Hahnemühle Cold Pressed Post Card . Making a memory for Mitchell. The different shades of him come from different lighting. The truth is in between! He’s long disintegrated, I have only his head now. He lived on … Continue reading
Doing ritual here… memories of my mom’s house. This leaf and straw goddess was a gift from me when she moved to Ashland Oregon It has survived all her moves and now lives in my finish room. Objects hold a … Continue reading
Late Spring walk in NW Portland; people are gardening! Passion-flowers, late daffys, lavender… seem a bit confused as we are having such strange weather! Had mom on my mind… Loving the Platinum Lavender Black ink, black with a touch of … Continue reading