What They Say ~

“What I love in your art, Katayoon, is that it is at some limit between figurative and abstract, it is abstract but the lines get together and converge into the reminiscence of some memory of something real. I want more. Your art makes me see life clearly, a rabbit, the head of a horse, the…

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Missing My Mother

First, I would like to borrow a line from dear Christine, who wrote, when her mother Kay passed away this summer: Please forgive anything I ever said or did that was less than the love of Great Spirit. Everything beautiful reminds me of her ~ every sunny, beautiful moment and how I can still see…

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Your Masterpiece of a Life

When I start to paint, what makes me happy or is troubling to me, I paint to resolve or shed clarity and light on: relationships with rare and incomparably sweet people, including family, friends, wonderful strangers, animal spirits, angelic guides. More and more these days, I am guided by the latter, these light beings, these…

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