5.2.11

just remember how it was

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a week of not posting have led to this, and a rather futile attempt at college work. I have been making art every chance I can get, due to this constant itch to create that has come from a period of stagnation. I like to think of it as a time to collect thoughts and ideas until it just bursts.orgasms, whatever. I've gotten to the point where I can't throw anything out; a cardboard toilet roll that instead of putting in the bin would make a much more obvious angel. Jars just to put beads, or strange finds in and placing next to my bed just for something to stare at in those first moments of waking. This morning I stared in a daze at a painted paper moon hanging from my ceiling for a good ten minutes before snapping out of it and getting up to get my toast. When your quiet you can hear all sorts of things.
Luv Lux

9 comments:

  1. this is lovely you are so talented you do awesome photographs and paintings

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  2. i'm in total agreement with the last line. i always love silence, it enables me to think
    and greaaaat illustrations. you are super talented, i think. love the selection of colors and how the texture pops.

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  3. Agree with the last line too :D your paintings are so lovely! The girl with the blue hair, perfect!
    xxxxx

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  4. Hey great paintings! please please please please check out my blog!!

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  5. I love the ink drips. Looks very productive, your illustrations are gorgeous. Thanks for the sweet sweet comment, hope you visit back :)
    www.swampedinflowers.blogspot.com

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  6. these are awesome and you have such a nice name <3

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  7. i love that painting with the 3 girls, its amazing! will you be selling prints at all? you should really think about it! x

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  8. I think I adore the written content here almost as much as, if not more than, the pictures of your work. It's such a beautiful description of your creative process, and also why we NEED to be stimulated by art - it's FOR those moments in bed, when you're completely isolated and can escape entirely from reality.

    -StephenX

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