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This  body of work delves into the realm of dream and mystery.

Images and objects that embody a sense of quiet order and innocence

are juxtaposed with ones of darkness and disintegration.

The rich sweetness of childhood is captured and thrown asunder.






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From Amiel’s Journal, 1893 | Henri-Frederic Amiel:

Let mystery have it’s place in you, do not be always turning up your whole soil with the plowshare of self examination, but leave a little fallow corner in your heart ready for any seed the winds may bring, and reserve a nook of shadow for the passing bird, keep a place in your heart for the unexpected guests, an altar for the unknown God. Then if a bird sing among your branches, do not be too eager to tame it. If you are conscious of something new – thought or feeling wakening the depths of your being, do not be in a hurry to let in light upon it. Let the springing germ have the protection of being forgotten, hedge it round with quiet, and do not break in upon its darkness, let it take shape and grow…

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