Coffee and watercolour on tea-stained Bockingford 300gsm – 11″ × 8″
“To name oneself is the first act of both the poet and the revolutionary. When we take away the right to an individual name, we symbolically take away the right to be an individual. Immigration officials did this to refugees; husbands routinely do it to wives.”
- Erica Jong (American writer and feminist, 1942)
For the lost, hopeless and nameless, it might be a good idea to start talking about where you’re going instead of about where you are, and where you’ve been. Because, as you talk about where you are, or about where you’ve been, that’s the signal that you offer—and that’s the signal that everything Universally is responding to. That’s why it feels sometimes like you’re stuck on this spot. You’re not stuck because things are always changing. But if it feels like you’re stuck, it’s because they’re changing to the same thing over and over again.
Some more Coffee Art : Click on images to visit the page.
21st October 2010 – FEATURED in “Inspired Art”
22nd October 2010 – FEATURED on RedBubble’s HomePage
28th October 2010 – FEATURED in “This is Relevant”
24th November 2010 – FEATURED in “The Best of Anything & Everything”
8th March 2011 – FEATURED in “Image Writing”
13th March 2011 – FEATURED in “Abstract Realism”
FEATURED in “EXPLORE”