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Friday, November 11, 2011

LifeDrawing Stone Griffin Gallery 11/10/11

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Elizabeth Jones Parashis

My camera battery gave out. It's five years old so doesn't hold a charge for two weeks. 
So I only took a couple of photo's of people's work. 
Hopefully they will send me some files to upload.
Went to the camera store and was told to either buy new batteries for $40 (ouch)
or only charge it up the day before so the charge won't seep out.
So here it is in it's very short version.
Mine are here because I took them when I got home.

Daniel uses a computer which gives amazing results.
I can't see any difference between this and paper. 
The effects are numerous and subtle.





The rest are mine
Elizabeth Parashis








TRACY RETURNS IN ORANGE ABSTRACT
Sixty Seconds 11/10/11

String theory

Naked bird
stretches her wings
to fly beyond what?
And when?


TRACY CURTIS – FIVE MINUTES –
SEMI ABSTRACT

Four Versions of Her in Purple Neon Aurora

My unintentional sylph,
unbidden,
naked faerie emerges,
correcting my
ongoing errors
with her preternatural
beauty.


TRACY CURTIS – TEN MINUTES

(Untitled)

When all else fails,
make a woman a tree,
That’s what the ancient Greeks did
in their ridiculous myths,
and it always worked.
When she escapes from your grasp,
a fictional supposed goddess
will always become
arboreal.


TRACY TEN MINUTES – II

Lensing Effect

Elongation.
Einstein told me about this.
Throw her into
some sort of black hole
or timespace,
I mean spacetime
gravity well,
or whatever
and she stretches out
impossibly long
past eternity
until she still is not
finished
at the time
time itself
comes t an end,
whatever that means,
but still,
she is lovely
as she forever’
extends.


© COPYRIGHT 2011 by STEPHEN C. WETLESEN

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