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Ovale. Acrylic, paper, and silk thread on canvas. HH Pham and A Roodman, 2009. The red of my dreams is not a daylight color. In daylight, red is bold and substantial. It boils and gleams. It is touchable, on the … Continue reading

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A year or so into my time with Blue, I entered a painting phase. This is a depiction of the moment of fragmentation. Hopefully despite the blurry photo, you can see the influence of Florine Stettheimer, a favorite modernist who … Continue reading

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Thanks to everyone who has written with compliments or sharp-eyed line edits thus far. I’m fortunate to have a mother-in-law who is an experienced editor of several volumes of women’s writing, and friends who are accomplished authors or writing instructors … Continue reading

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