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Postcards for My Friends — The Endlessness (Spring 2023)

Summed up by Ada Limon's poem "The Endlessness," in which she writes, "Even / color was not color, but a mood...How was I supposed to feel then? About / moving in the world?...I was not, or I did not think I was, making / up stories; it was how the world was, or rather it is how / the world is. I’ve only now become better at pretending / that there are edges, boundaries, that if I touch / something it cannot always touch me back."

Japanese watercolors on cotton postcards.

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Postcards for My Friends (Spring 2022)

An extension of Paintings for My Friends. A project about enjoying the chance to work very quickly on a very small scale. And yes, I really do send these to my friends. Snail mail forever!

Windsor and Newton watercolors on cotton postcards.

Click on each painting to enlarge.

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Water
Meeting
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Sunset
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Blue
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Red
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