Day 342

Red Punctuation Final Part*: Filled up Ink on paper The “Red Punctuation” series is influenced by a red pen, the cycles of the moon on the days the pieces were created, the end of a sentence, and right eyes. All six pieces are meant to be viewed together, one spilling into the next. *Part six…

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Day 332

The Art of Illusion Final Part*: Inspired by a Quote Virginia Woolf’s Book Orlando Ink, India ink, and gouache on paper “perhaps to acquire others,” and she descended among the tombs where the bones of her ancestors lay.” Virginia Woolf, Orlando *Check out parts one and two. 332 days done, 33 to go.

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Day 323

In Which A Story Unfolds: Chapter Thirteen* Ink on paper This story belongs with the preceding posts, read in chronological order: “One”, “Two“, “Three“, “Four“, “Five” “Six”, “Seven“, “Eight“, “Nine“, “Ten“, “Eleven“, “Twelve“. And so she went about the island, saying goodbye to the birds and animals and plants, packing away memories and nostalgia.  And…

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Day 321

In Which A Story Unfolds: Chapter Eleven* Ink on paper This story belongs with the preceding posts, read in chronological order: “One”, “Two“, “Three“, “Four“, “Five” “Six”, “Seven“, “Eight“, “Nine“, “Ten“. In time, bits of life broke through the surface of the island.  Hundreds of years passed as plants sent out shoots and seeds, as…

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Day 319

In Which A Story Unfolds: Chapter Nine* Ink on paper This story belongs with the preceding posts, read in chronological order: “One”, “Two“, “Three“, “Four“, “Five” “Six”, “Seven“, “Eight“. She walked from one end of the land to the other. As her steps accumulated, clouds collected around her.  The wind blew harsh and loud, beating…

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Day 314

In Which A Story Unfolds: Chapter Four* Ink on paper This story belongs with the preceding posts, read in chronological order: “One”, “Two“, “Three“. Between the cracks of the wind’s fingers, she watched the world. Creatures grew small and blended into the way of things. In all their strangeness and difference the creatures all belonged…

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