I know anxiety. I know depression. And now it seems these days like I am practicing neutrality. Allowing things to be. Just be. Letting fear crumble through my fingers. Sighing it … Continue reading Practicing neutrality.
— Central to my graphic novel is the intensity of anxiety and severe depression while drowning in circumstance, highlighted through the metaphor of birds. — — Here are some experiments … Continue reading I felt a Funeral, in my Brain… Birds, metaphors, graphic novel, experiments
I revisited Brideshead Revisited last night and was struck, more deeply than usual, by Waugh’s opening line: “Here, at the age of 39, I began to be old…” Why did … Continue reading “Here, at the age of 39, I began to be old…”
Confess: The first light of the mornings are often hellish for many of us. Once the sounds of the day and the resonance of hope quiets the pain, we can … Continue reading Dih-presh-uhn. #arttherapy #tools #honesty
Recall my post about my Frida Series and that the pieces were born out of the need to process divorce and depression. Now its time for celebration and renewals! I … Continue reading 6 panels of my Frida series (my most personal pieces) will be on display/sale March 10!