“They’re like little windows,” a few have commented on my paintings. I had never thought of my abstract art in that way, but as soon as someone said windows, I saw it. My abstract pieces, even if subconsciously, evoke window imagery.
On one of my many late nights awake, I came across a photo of a window. Even though it was a photo and not a painting, I saw visual parallels to a few of my paintings. Eventually, I started looking for more photos of windows and walls. I find them aesthetically inspiring and surprisingly abstract.
I’m so pleased to announce that three of my poems, “Slots,” “Scraping” and “Make a Decision” have been published in Barking Sycamores Literary Magazine Issue 13. Barking Sycamores is dedicated to neurodivergent literature and its craft. I’m so honored to be a part of this project. Barking Sycamores Issue 13
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