The Treehouse + The Cave


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Monday, March 20, 2006

This Morning's Light

Rainbow Self Portrait 4 - Small
Please view the full-scale image as well.

If I cared about hits I'd find excuses all the time. I could give this work a romantic face and anthropomorphize it into something more marketable--the mythologized "creator" the art-world, and the world-in-general wants. I'd take above-the-head shots in dim lighting, flash my tits, and offer sly smiles. Because in-all-honesty those are good strategies for quick-connection with an audience. I just don't think you should judge this book by it's cover. So I don't enable--often.

As before, a few rare minutes of sunlight worth catching.

Blogger heather thought:

your hair's always wet in these.

March 21, 2006 at 12:42 AM - Comment Permalink  

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