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I have been gifted this life for the last 35 years or 12,784 days or 18,409,789 minutes or 1,104,587,350 seconds. How do you measure a life? Tears have been shed; deep, aching laughs shared. I’ve held hands, children, secrets, love. I’ve been a sister for more than half my years, a parent for the last […]
Maybe it’s the influence of journalism school, but I find I actually can be quite creative and productive under a deadline. The local gallery is having a members’ show in June, and I have the opportunity to include a maximum of five works. At the time I learned of the show, I had only completed […]
Just finished photographing one of my major projects Wednesday night and, while the full series of photographs is not yet ready, I thought I’d update here with a sneak peek of a dozen detail images of the piece. Comments welcome, either here on the blog or on Flickr!
I created the above book as a gift to my father, whom I have not heard from in more than a decade. Obviously, writing to him and creating this representation of who I now am–when we last spoke, I was in high school; I’m now a thirty-year old woman, married and experiencing the trials and […]
Last week’s theme for Mixed Media Monday was Childhood and, while I am late in uploading this image, I was so very pleased with how the silhouettes worked out that I have to post it. Plus, this blog needed pictures! The image above was made using a page torn out from an old book (I […]