See: Part 1 PART 2: Watercolour, pencil crayon, ink, coffee, beet juice, salt, on newsprint, embroidery. Next up in Part 3 – add writing.
Watercolour, pencil crayon, ink, coffee, salt on newsprint. Next up: embroidery.
Working on Molly, and I remain fascinated that I find it easier to dig deeper into the story by using the image of birds. Somehow,
A message from Molly? Questioning my commitment to see this story through? I am on the path. I promise stay on it. I am the cygnet
I am a BIG BIG fan of symbology, imagery and metaphor. I feed on it like some kind of voracious vampire. As I was
The crow guides my healing journey. It gives me the courage to enter the darkness of the unknown and to let go of fear. The
At the end of the day, we can endure much more than we think we can. – Frida Kahlo — — Nothing is absolute. Everything
REGARDING MOLLY I am drawn to the metaphoric significance of the dead bird in my graphic novel even though I am uncertain what the metaphor
Walking through our “gallery lane” in the Downtown Eastside, Vancouver, it’s beautiful to see which pieces remain untouched and which are changing. I haven’t revisited
Huge thank you to Nancy Kirkpatrick, Maryellen Groundwater, Megan Low and Dustin Whymark for a beautiful day! The Social Life Is it GUERILLA ART if
Most of the pieces remain untouched, even after several weeks, even after a year. But some have been altered… … so we added back. And we added