I've had so very little time to blog - I did watch your interview, and I thought it was well worth my time - if only to put a person and face with a name.These are great, Anita. I have been following, just not commenting.
Thanks Dave, always nice to hear that someone out there is interested.
interesting..i am working on some crosses to out of sort of rebellious annoyance at all the ugly stupid cross art in texas. nice to see your work woman.
ha! i've been working on some crosses too (out of a rebellion since i'm so annoyed at all the 'cross crap' that sells here in texas)....nice to see your work anita :)
Hi Paula,The cross drawing has turned into a meditative activity for me. I don't know how it became crosses as opposed to something else but perhaps this will be revealed in the future.The more anxiety I experience about my life (and life itself--the way the world is going), the more I turn to the drawing. I have memories of feeling very anxious and anti-social when I first started school. I used to hide out in the girl's basement and draw on paper towels. Pretty much always the same drawing over and over.I see the cross drawings as kind of the same thing.
Beautiful artful crosses Anita - Love the geometric design and colors you use. :)
Thank you, Lisa. I am totally obsessed with the crosses lately.
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