Thursday, October 7th, 2010

Dancers by Amy Crook

Dancers by Amy Crook

This is the last of my large monoprints, it’s amazing to think I’ve finally made it through the whole portfolio. I’ll have to figure out what else to post pretty soon, heh.

This one I wasn’t sure about posting, the symbolism is so obvious, but it reminds me that I don’t have to keep telling myself that story — that the choices aren’t be invited or be miserable. Instead, I can invite someone myself, or pull a Billy Idol and dance with myself, or even go do something else entirely. There’s a whole world of options that you don’t see when you’re stuck in the story of always being the outsider, and limiting your choices to the ones other people give you.

Dancers, 18″x14″ monoprint on 22.5″x15″ watercolor paper

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