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“I will gladly lend you my copy!”

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thinking outside…

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a work in progress…

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And another one…

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Here’s another one…

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Allegory I: selected memories & random thoughts

The central figure was inspired by childhood memories of growing up in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is the Genius of Waters atop the Tyler-Davidson Fountain and, instead of water, pouring from her hands are selected memories and random thoughts.

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and then she said…

One often hears, “did you hear that [insert name] was going to do to [insert another name]? OMG! No! Literally! LOL!” Yeah, like they actually pronounce “LOL” out loud. This piece is a demonstration of not only my devolving sewing … Continue reading

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Washington Highway… have to AdjustA

I entered this piece in a figure show in Daytona Beach. It won an Award of Recognition.

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Love of Fame

The title is from this quote by Edward Young from his work of the same title. The theme of this piece is instant gratification and immediate attention acquisition. The little piece of prose I wrote onto a piece of acrylic … Continue reading

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They argue the new increase would force mechaniztion to the various points

The image of the Hindu god could possibly be Ardhanarishvara (अर्धनारीश्वर, Ardhanārīśvara) – who is an androgynous deity composed of Shiva and his consort Shakti,and represents the synthesis of masculine and feminine energies. The Ardhanari form also illustrates how the … Continue reading

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