Thursday, October 24, 2013

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  1. 10.25" X 7.125"
    gouache/watercolor/graphite on 140 lb w/c paper


    “Once, Turner had himself lashed to the mast of a ship for several hours, during a furious storm, so that he could later paint the storm. Obviously, it was not the storm itself that Turner intended to paint. What he intended to paint was a representation of the storm. One's language is frequently imprecise in that manner, I have discovered.”
    ― David Markson, Wittgenstein’s Mistress



    “Doubtless these are inconsequential perplexities. Still, inconsequential perplexities have now and again been known to become the fundamental mood of existence, one suspects.”

    ― David Markson, Wittgenstein’s Mistress

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