Although I don’t spend as much time now waiting for medical appointments as I did during cancer treatment, I’m rarely ever without drawing materials. At my last check-up, the young medical technician admired the piece I was working on, “Mother of Grace”, and showed me how similar some of the design was to her tattoo. She said she’d love to have something like this piece for her next tattoo. So I asked her if she’d like to make a photocopy of it to take to her tattoo parlor. She was thrilled and asked me to sign it for her. I was thrilled she liked the piece so much that she’d want it permanently on her body.
I'm learning more about my art, and from my art, every day. It's not so much a matter of skill or practice... mostly it's a shift in perspective, a way of shaping how I look at and exist in the world.
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