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Floating
Roots

'It Takes A Village'

Mint Museum, Randolph

June 12 - Sept 12

My pencils are layers, endless streams of color that can be sculpted, pulling a subject from the darkness within the black paper I have come to see as an abyss of possibilities, rather than a stark blank canvas. A darkness that is welcoming with an overwhelming call for what is to come into materialization, using light to build a rich cerulean rather than stifling a brightness that is already pristine. The black offers an alternative that feels more genuine, and tangible.

My pencils are layers, endless streams of color that can be sculpted, pulling a subject from the darkness within the black paper I have come to see as an abyss of possibilities, rather than a stark blank canvas. A darkness that is welcoming with an overwhelming call for what is to come into materialization, using light to build a rich cerulean rather than stifling a brightness that is already pristine. The black offers an alternative that feels more genuine, and tangible.

My pencils are layers, endless streams of color that can be sculpted, pulling a subject from the darkness within the black paper I have come to see as an abyss of possibilities, rather than a stark blank canvas. A darkness that is welcoming with an overwhelming call for what is to come into materialization, using light to build a rich cerulean rather than stifling a brightness that is already pristine. The black offers an alternative that feels more genuine, and tangible.

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My pencils are layers, endless streams of color that can be sculpted, pulling a subject from the darkness within the black paper I have come to see as an abyss of possibilities, rather than a stark blank canvas. A darkness that is welcoming with an overwhelming call for what is to come into materialization, using light to build a rich cerulean rather than stifling a brightness that is already pristine. The black offers an alternative that feels more genuine, and tangible.

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