I am uncertain what to say about these pieces of art. For much of the winter I was all but bed bound. I am better but somewhat in a depressed state.
There was very little I was able to do. My pain levels were off the charts. I usually turn to art to express emotions that are difficult to deal with or that linger. I can’t believe how many black pens I went through. At first I thought I was losing my pens because they were gone so quickly. I started to keep the dead pen bodies so I could make sure I wasn’t losing them and that in fact I was going through one pen a day. I really did go through a pen a day, sometimes more. That’s a lot of art. Much of it will never see the light of day but some of it will. IÂ hope to get themÂ posted over the next few days as my body allows.
Each pieces presented is 5 x 7 inches. These original art pieces have been signed, dated and sealed. I’ll get them in the shop as soon as possible.
Summons One and Two
The CommunityÂ Â and Comic
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Your is wonderful! You can see the intensity of your struggle expressed dynamically through the color and texture of your work. I really enjoy hearing your honesty of your struggle through your illness. Thank you for sharing .