Memory’s Fog Is Rising

March 1, 2009

pencil, colored pencil, watercolor, and ink on paper


image size: 4 inches wide x 6 inches high


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Drawings, like life, are a process of accretion. Layers build up, sometimes obscuring, sometimes clarifying what came before. Where you end up isn’t always where you thought you were going.

The title of this one comes from a letter by poet Emily Dickinson. To read it, scroll down to #907 here.

It looks light because it is–it’s mostly white.

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