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This one is my favourite so far.

Categories: Art - Visual
Posted by Anne Warren Art on January 1, 2011
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  1. 01/12/2011

    i’m curious about your materials and working process in this.

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    • 01/12/2011

      I heard someone say sometimes when you start a sentence you don’t know exactly how you are going to finish it. Well …

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      • 01/12/2011

        bwahahahahahahahaha. yeah. i’d say that sums up a lot of my sentences. just leap and see where it takes me. at some point in most of my working processes i stop following the image/idea in my head and simply dialogue with the work as it is. wow. there are some surprises that way but it is way more fun to me than carrying out an xyzabc plan just because i’ve got it in my skull that way.

        i read on one of the wp blogs something in the Buddhist philosophy that says when you realize you know what you are doing it’s time to acknowledge that and then do something else. i like that. even tho i do return to some imagery and ideas they almost always come out in different ways each time. i like that too.

  2. 01/16/2011
    Mary K

    i can see why. i love it cause it’s a little haunting and surreal

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