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In Progress


I've got several strains of work progressing these days. One of these is the Inkblot series. In the summer of 2006, I produced a number of inkblots of various sizes and found delightfully strange images emerging. The connection with the Rorschach test of the mid 20th century is only coincidental. I've done two large pieces already, and am in the process of working on a third. I bought a box of old frames from an antique store in Cohasset,MA this fall, and have decided to try creating a wall installation of my favorite inkblots. Not at all finished - definitely "in progress", but am liking the beginning stages. The shapes are suggestive, and everyone has an idea about what they see, so in that way it is very interactive.

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