Art seems to be two steps forward, one step back, for me. Forging ahead with new ideas and projects, feel overwhelmed and disappointed and disillusioned. Trying again. Going bigger. Going smaller. Feeling hopeful. Losing hope. Feeling successful. Feeling small. But the important thing is always how it returns me to myself.
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The Wealth Between Us, WIP. It’s not easy to try new things. New size canvases, new style I’m trying. And working on it for so long and not getting the feedback I get from pieces I work on for 20 min. But the important thing is what I’m learning and where I’m going from here. And that I am enjoying the process. Still more to go.
The Wealth Between Us , WIP
In memory of the 11 slaughtered yesterday morning:
Daniel Stein, 71; Joyce Feinberg, 75; Richard Gottfried, 65; Rose Mallinger, 97; Jerry Rabinowitz, 66; brothers Cecil Rosenthal, 59, and David Rosenthal 54; husband and wife Bernice Simon, 84 and Sylvan Simon, 86; Melvin Wax, 88; and Irving Younger, 69.may their memory be a blessing
“Lord, have mercy, a Jewish version.” What, Jews can’t say Lord have mercy? It’s the best expression. And can Jews fall on their knees in spontaneous prayer? And yes, it does kind of look like a halo. But here it is, anyways, from my Jewish neshama it came out. We all need a lot of mercy in this crazy world.