All items in my Etsy Shop will not be directly related to my experience with autism. My vision, the urge I have to snap the shutter on my camera, is driven by a sensibility nurtured my experiences with my brother Mike. I get a lot of pleasure from paying close attention to my surroundings finding scenes of visual interest: everything from visual puns to beautiful objects to awkward juxtapositions, to nostalgic remembrances.
The images shown below are watercolor transcriptions of graffiti that I photographed during my walks, when I lived in New York City. Images such as these comprise another facet of my body of work consistent with the philosophy set out in my artist’s statement.
I just found those paintings I bought from you in the storage room, lost among my many moves of the past 4 years. Now I need to find the best place to hang them. I may have to rearrange things, but I was planning to do that anyway, once I figure out what I’ve got. There’s more to look through…(k)
Thanks, Kerfe. I dread delving below the tip of the iceberg that is my stuff. I’m happy you found the paintings you bought from me!
Luckily they were on the top! How can I have more boxes labeled “decorative items”? And yet there are multitudes.
I love these. I didn’t know you had work like this. Fantastic.
I’m fortunate to own four. I love them.
I’m so happy that you do, Kerf. Thank you!
That was me-Nina.