Day One Hundred Sixty-One

The Seeds Inside: Inspired by Yin and Yang Charcoal on paper  The Yin and Yang symbol is one I always interpreted as balance, the dots at the centers like the eyes of a storm. The symbol a representation of calmness, calm only reached through a kind of absolute harmony. Digging deeper, I realized that the Yin/Yang…

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Day One Hundred Fifty-Four

My Coincidence Goes Like This: Inspired by Abstract Art and Piet Mondrian Acrylic on paper   Abstract art sits through the ages, connecting and supporting our malleability. Today’s piece was inspired not just by the perceptive power of abstract art but by a stroke of coincidence. If, like me, you research enough, through different resources,…

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Day One Hundred Forty-Five

Amytess: The Infinite Within Us: Inspired by infinity and Nayyirah Waheed’s poem* Watercolor on paper This summer I met Amytess. We were both at a political rally: she was working, I was absorbing. In my view, politics aren’t about candidates, but about the people–like Amytess– who work, who dream, who listen, who connect. And these people help…

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Day One Hundred Forty

 Eye in the Sky Found in Darkness: Inspired by Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” Acrylic on canvas From a life of observation, I’ve noticed that much of life is rooted in polarizations: woman/man, right/wrong, us/them, on/off, you/ me, night/day. And we, as people, get so caught up in one side or an other, we lose sight…

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