Blurring the lines or edges, dissolving boundaries, brings to mind a lot of things from the literal to the unseen. From the fences we put up, to the masks we wear.
Playing with how paint and ink flow on a sheet of paper with water. I don’t know exactly what I’ll get but I do know that it won’t be a straight line. The paint may have a edge and then the ink will flow out on to the paper. The important part is to know when to use this technic to dissolve the boundary of the line.
Boundaries are important but sometime for myself I need put away the mask and practice dissolving boundaries within.
For me the journey toward finding clarity isn’t always an easy one. I sometimes choose to use my brushes and practice being quiet.
The definition of clarity is clearness and freedom from ambiguity.
To find clarity life may be muddy for a while.
The journey to make my way, at first took me away from my home, but then lead me back to where I started. Which may not be the physical place I started from but the hope is that I have come back to myself and have gained wisdom along the way.
Music video by American Authors performing Neighborhood. © 2018 Island Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
How do I stay motived and interested in showing up? Sometimes a plan works, sometimes a list works. But maybe it’s easier to start with cleaning your space, cooking a meal or walking the dog, that is also showing up even if it feels like a distraction.
Most of life is showing up. You do the best you can, which varies from day to day. Regina Brett
There are two ways of spreading light; to be
The candle or the mirror that reflects it.
~Edith Wharton, “Vesalius in Zante (1564),” Artemis to Actæon and Other Verse, 1909
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