New finished linocut, edition of only 6 original linocuts! I used 14 colors for this print. Title: when the sun rises
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A summer scene in winter is displayed in "Journeys!" A palm tree is speckled with snowflakes in Joyce Zavorskas' monoprint.
Pictured: Joyce Zavorskas, "Snowy Palm," monoprint, 15 x 13"
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los hombres guardan con furia
arena entre los ojos:
sonido de agujas que se eriza
En el horizonte
el sol cubre
los años inquietantes:
El eco secreto de las cosas.
Blog 2. Thursday 22nd February 2018.
Title: “The perception of how you wish to be perceived”
Written by: The Abstract Interaction
Is he looking at me? Is she looking at me?
Is it what I’m wearing? Is it my weird laugh?
Have they heard a story about me through a bought of Chinese whispers.
Not caring what anyone thinks.
Caring what everyone thinks.
The two extremes of a spectrum for which is an obligatory part of life.
The answer comes from not what those people think, conversely it can be found within.
Everyone want to be seen at the top end of a spectrum of positivity.
Everyone wants to be that person who ‘lights up the room’.
The truth is that this light can always be shining from you, for if it is shining inside.
We must learn to value whoever we are.
Accept the flaws you have, work on them if you wish.
Then we can focus on being ourselves.
Sometimes we give off a bad impression but the situation you just created is part of you.
Do not focus on how others will see that situation but instead how you found it.
If it was great for you ... great! If it was not for another then so be it.
Be yourself, thinking too hard about what others think will lead to a false personality.
Instead paint your true colours and those who value will present themselves to you.
Boom - you have created a circle of love through friendship with little conscious effort.
Do not try to create a false perception to please others.
The perception will get full marks every single time.
Song of the day: “Faking It” by @calvinharris@kehlani@lilyachty.
“Just a little bit better at faking it than me”