graphite, whiteout tape, scratches on both sides of translucent mylar
|News [wherever the wind blows us]|
graphite on translucent mylar, wood, string
|what I never said no. 2|
graphite and gesso on duralar
14" x 11"
abstract comic no 3
graphite, tape, whiteout tape, scratches on translucent mylar
Acrylic paint and graphite on canvas
Versions I (1992)
91 x 84 inches, oil and graphite pencil on fiberglass with waxed paper, staples, and nails
Collection of SFMOMA
|untitled no. 2|
mylar, whiteout tape, encaustic, graphite, and gesso
"Erase everything you have written,’ Mandelstam says, ‘but keep the notes in the margin."sparity culled from overabundance
“There are two kinds of obscurity; one arises from a lack of feelings and thoughts, which have been replaced by words; the other from an abundance of feelings and thoughts, and the inadequacy of words to express them.” -Alexander PushkinPerhaps I should pursue a poetry class soon.