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Holes and Other Empty Spaces #7 by dosankodebbie

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Part of a series in which I’ve been exploring the meaning and reasons for holes and other empty spaces. This was done in ink and Japanese gansai watercolors on a soft washi postcard.

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hole, empty, puzzle, missing, melancholy, heart, complete, incomplete, body, soul, seeking, lost, found, whole, part, sad, hope, despair, broken, repaired, hurt, healed, alone, loneliness, fulfilled, unfulfilled, connected, unconnected, love, saved, salvation, redemption, restoration

I am a professional Japanese-to-English translator and an Etegami artist. Etegami is a traditional Japanese folk art that combines thoughtful words with simple images painted on washi paper.

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  • dosankodebbie
    dosankodebbieabout 2 years ago

  • Marianna Tankelevich
    Marianna Tanke...about 2 years ago

    love it!

  • Thank you Marianna!

    – dosankodebbie

  • Sally Griffin
    Sally Griffinabout 2 years ago

    Goodness, Debbie….this is most important piece of all!!!!

  • Yes it is, but the meaning of this is more than what first comes to mind. I’m developing a theme that will become evident later. :)

    – dosankodebbie

  • donnamalone
    donnamaloneabout 2 years ago

    love the drawing and concept. Well Done!

  • You are very kind, donnamalone.

    – dosankodebbie

  • davvi
    davviabout 2 years ago

    good.well done.

  • Thanks for the encouragement, davvi!

    – dosankodebbie

  • Shylie Edwards
    Shylie Edwardsabout 2 years ago

    briliant design!!!

  • Heh, heh. Love those explanation marks!!!

    – dosankodebbie

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtabout 2 years ago

    Congratulations!! You have been featured in the Disability and Beauty group (clickable banner)


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  • Thank you for the honor!

    – dosankodebbie

  • davvi
    davviabout 2 years ago

    Chinese said,牵一发而动全身。

  • Rene Hales
    Rene Halesabout 2 years ago

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