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July 24, 2005


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These organic white lines on color are stunning. Imagine if they were fabric, wall-paper, or sheets! People would go bananas. You are just so talented I am constantly amazed. I haven't done anything since my boyfriend's mother got suddenly very ill last fall and passed away. I have just been too depressed to create a single line. I couldn't even visit the sites of my favorite artists...I am so glad I came here today.

Thanks, Chuck. It has been nice to have a little break, you're right.

This just sounds like a lot of fun. And no one deserves a little fun right now more than you.

When you draw like this it makes me think what great fabric this would make. The patterns are excellent.

Liz, that is one of the nicest things anyone has ever said to me. Thank you so very much. The white ink is a Sharpie Poster Paint Pen and I've painted the sketchbook pages here with acrylic cobalt, though they look more phthalo blue in the photo. I find your work inspiring as well, both the visual and verbal aspects of it. Thank you again for your thoughtful and kind words.

More than a little thrilling. You describe the process of invention and discovery so well. (What was the white ink you use? I've forgotten.) And the farmer's market and coffee shop people below are wonderful. It sounds as if you've been having a well-deserved weekend after a very difficult couple of weeks. I feel lucky to be part of a community of people who know you through your drawings and your words- I'm inspired and delighted at every visit. Thanks.


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