Yesterday I joined and started sharing some of my back catalogue of .

Here's another piece. called 'Everything's Ephemeral', as part of a project about from 2012. This piece was made on residency at Vermont Studio Center using paints derived from plastics, and changed on the studio wall daily until it was eventually covered up entirely (the layers are still trapped under paint to this day!).

Nothing lasts forever.

@ephemeral great concept piece. Reminiscent of Tibetan sand mandalas 👍

@enthdegr33 Thanks for the kind words.

Funnily enough, I had never thought of sand mandalas, but I did help a friend build one around that time so maybe it was in my mind (can't remember if I did that before or after...the years keep on passing).

@ephemeral sounds like that was a theme for you around that time, regardless of which came first!


Good point. It's odd how that can happen in art (or in anything). Like when you think of someone you haven't seen in a while and then you bump into them. There must be some rhythm that we tie into. Transcendental stuff.

@ephemeral my thoughts precisely... What comes first, the coincidence or the thought of the coincidence? Or do they just come together...

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