Thursday, June 10, 2010

weekword : transparent

She wore it all
for everyone to see
even though she didn't mean to.

Visit one of my favorite people, Gina, to see other interpretations.

11 comments:

  1. How lovely! Words and drawing both.

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  2. Oh my, I love her.

    Have a lovely weekend with Your sweet family Aris!

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  3. oh yes! i can get lost in the layers of her dress. perfect!

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  4. Yes, I agree, this is perfect. I have met this woman! I have been her!

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  5. such a perfect balance of figurative and literal ;P

    for you, this business of interpretation and depictions of existence meshed with matters of the heart is effortless... you are Truly steeped in whatever the source is

    don't ever doubt it

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  6. haunting and very deep despite her transparency to the rest of the world... beautiful drawing aris!

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  7. Great
    Work

    good
    sources
    of
    Inspiration

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  8. Your images are great. This reminds me of my grandmother somehow. She suffers from Alzheimers and has become someone very innocent (if that makes sense). The disease has brought out a new layer of transparency in her.

    Good luck with your graduate studies.

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  9. S. E. I know exactly what you mean. I have a dear friend with alzheimers and she is very innocent and lost and I enjoy her so much but it is heartbreaking.
    Thank you all for such nice comments!

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