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art, surrealism

corpse one-hundred seventy-one | Y?

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corpse one-hundred sixty-nine | don’t think draw, did I do this write?

sharpmfp@kag.bc.ca_20150713_200216_006a number of years ago, while on a field trip to a foundry for a weekend while at art school, a bunch of us had dinner at a local diner and began passing our paper placemats around and drawing on them. Some of my class mates would stare blankly while others went right to work. The ones that took a minute or looked blankly a the blank page asked how those of us came up with stuff so readily. For some it was habit or a style or a character they had drawn for years. I believe this is one of the first times I consciously considered the idea of Don’t Think Draw. It was a matter of not thinking and just putting pen to paper. In some cases it was copying the placemat design or details and continuing from there. I believe that is what was happening in the middle section of the corpse as I had business cards strewn all over the desk.

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art, surrealism

corpse one-hundred sixty-eight

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art, surrealism

corpse one-hundred sixty-six | ransom note?

sharpmfp@kag.bc.ca_20150713_200216_002You may have noticed an old typewriter in images from my office. I left a sheet of paper in it, and let people type away as they please. I believe the text began at the grand opening and was added to throughout the exhibition. Not too bad considering the age of the typewriter. Might be time for a new ribbon, though.

Craig's Opening-Arnica-6.5.2015-10

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