So Long Southwest
As I was packing to go home, I felt like I was in a cathedral of color amongst my final Arizona pieces.
This is the end of an era. I am curious to see how my work will shift as I live and paint in New York.
I see colors and shapes flash before my eyes in those between times before falling asleep and just after waking up, and recently I noticed some new shapes emerging.
What is your process?
How does place effect your work?
And then there were three
Just before I left, Where the Light Gets In found a home in Colorado.
Now I am back in New York and I am exploring my life through innocence, curiosity, creativity, and vulnerability.
Where the Light Gets In represents those liminal spaces, the edge between a thin line that is both solidifying and dissolving. It is the power of creation.
I am thrilled that this piece is being enjoyed by someone who is doing important, creative things in the world – and who is going to help many people through her story and her work.
This piece stays in the Southwest.
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Have a great day!
March 5, 2022