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leitmotif(I will never forgive Millais for painting Ophelia calm in the water. My cousin Noah died shoeless and struggling under a lonely mans hands, his eyes full of rain runoff. Real people dont sink as pretty as oil on canvas: Noah was four feet five on the autopsy slab, no flowers, no frames. I am ruled by the aesthetic, but I would embrace his every imperfection if it meant having him back. This clumsy dilettante still loves Noah with the scabs on his shins, sitting sloppy at Sams recitals in sneakers and shorts. Give me the asymmetry of his eyelashes. For the first time in my life, the art is optional.leitmotif by freudenschade
There is a reason I keep this part peripheral: this is not about drowning. Boys in deep lakes know nothing of footholds, and Noah left the rest of us grateful for something to stand on. Don't expect closure. This is about hindsight. Today, we know that we are spoiled by floors.)
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Mandelbrot SmiledAnd Mandelbrot sat in a plush chair in the waiting room of Heaven,Mandelbrot Smiled by NatalieKelsey
And looked out the plate glass window at the glorious Universe.
And noted that it went on to infinity in increasingly smaller increments of self-similar shape and make-up.
"I thought so," the great man said to himself, and smiled.
|I got my first camera at 9 (110 film) and learned to repair cheap jewelry at 10. Later I graduated to a 35mm and making my own earrings. Many years passed, and I began scrapbooking, digital photography, and learning about fractals from my husband and fellow dA artists. Now I dabble in all sorts of the weird and wonderful...putting my artwork on fabric, wirework, steampunk hats, writing poetry, mosaics, making furniture out of wooden pallets, and using scrapbook stuff to make greeting card art. However, my dearest loves are still photography and jewelry making.|