Category Archives: my art

words to a daughter for later in life

words for my daughter on her 20th birthday The swiss doctor i had visited today after two weeks of flu and coughing ,  had asked me whether i sleep enough, and i admitted i did not, confessing i was watching … Continue reading

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a drawing with a footprint

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seagull B. looking at the lake#2

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Thanya &Seagull look at the lake

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A change is coming

“A Change Is Gonna Come” I was born by the river in a little tent Oh, and just like the river I’ve been running ever since It’s been a long, a long time coming But I know a change gon’ … Continue reading

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Watch “Aarau art event 30.4.16 -Paper, pencil, caffeine group meeting” on YouTube

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Passover passing over

Listening to Marshall Rosenberg talk about love and needs i recall my aunt Rachel analyzing motives and people’s behavior with a sharp butcher’s knife.ah!Rationality,how we dance around our newly created golden calf,just create  thinking models and disect all human actions … Continue reading

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