I am intrigued that birth celebrates but wounds and death wounds but celebrates.
Excitement is my reward when viewing my finished work, for it has been a laborious task, much like a pregnancy.
Intimacy has begun to evolve between me and the piece, followed by anguish of the unknown verses the known.
In every piece I discover yet another facet of who I am, such as my struggle with issues of self worth in relation to what society imposes on me, perhaps disempowering my womanly intuitions.
My work keeps me alive and growing in body and spirit.
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