last week – but more like 20 years learning how to get over your face.
now don’t move. stay perfectly still and silent forever.
how i missed you gemma ward. one of the best models from 10? years ago…
a Portfolio feature with some of my new collage work in the Summer Issue of Magenta Magazine. http://magentafoundation.org/magazine
leave an imprint of my face every week when my massage is over.
just skin (pale or medium tone) and eyes (black). all that’s there.
then i curse myself/or the makeup/or both.
thankfully none of the humor/privilege/bullshit/sadness is lost on me.
layering/shifting/bending over backwards- girls.
new large scale collages in the works. bigger than my body/ falling apart when they move,
putting them back together. again and again. (photos soon)
working- working- working on this kill me now
this image was important to me at that time- i haven’t seen it in 6 years. don’t be sentimental.
– – -an old school kate moss photo to brighten an otherwise dark day.
wish we could reset this / and go back to the beginning.
another fresh face.
a refreshing face.
these two images. the first one -reminds me of the drawing started everything for me. maybe i’m just being sentimental. isn’t that always the problem? it’s one of many.
you gave me your computer-i’ll give you a kidney.
enjoying being away last week/this week. hi montreal. we like each other these days.
been there. but not there. what else: the shocking disconnect.
instructions on how to read this blog. i need some space.
last photo reminds me of my actual life.
wow. never thought i’d see kirsten dunst on this blog. but you never know.
other: spent three days working on something that may be completely wrong.