Art for Months
Multiple works on the same theme becomes "Art for Months." Twelve illustrations--one for every month. So far, "Art for Months" includes the following themes:
(Click on the theme on the list on the left of the page to go to that theme.)
WIRED: Telephone pole wiring is a metaphor for people being wired differently and yet connected.
ADHD CHALLENGES: The letters of the month are written to illustrate aspects of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
CHAIRS: I illustrated "choices" by painting chairs. Choosing where to sit may involve consideration of needs.
STEPS: Inspired by the Twelve Steps of recovery, this theme considers the many steps I take in life.
LAUNDRY: There are many insights in this common chore.
TRASH: This necessary and sometimes mundane part of life--getting rid of stuff--deserves respect.
BOUNDARIES: I examine personal boundaries through considering physical boundaries.
SIDEWALKS: I painted some of the stages involved in the construction of a sidewalk, showing the value of a process and the result.
THE KITCHEN SINK: I tried to see art in something that seems like a life-long challenge for me. It has some cool things to teach me.
ADHD CHALLENGES, TOO:
I have found more aspects of ADHD to illustrate.
Click a theme "button" on the left to see illustrations and captions. I hope you enjoy my work.
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