02282016

02282016 ORIGINAL ARTWORK BY J E LATTIMER

© 2016 J E LATTIMER ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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    1. Thank you for the comment– Glad this one resonated so strongly with you! I debated on whether or not to include writing or not at the end of January when I started work on these images. Anyway, thanks for the support, take care!

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  1. how perfect that I should hit this on a Sunday! (Better than cathedral bells, if you catch my drift.) I am beginning to feel that your pieces are a lesson in how one should not stop the examination of a given subject. Each approach is new, yet familiar. Wonderful work.

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    1. Thank you so much– Yes, each month [For this cycle of art / storytelling the last year] will have a similar style for the artwork and the writing, some more abstract than others. It can be a bit like walking a tightrope at times, trying to stay on the chosen path for the month without straying too far away from the intended goal– But at the same time trying to keep it all from becoming repetitive or predictable. Anyway, hope all is well, take care!

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  2. Thank you for liking “Everlasting” and “Cosmic Romance.” This was another captivating series! It was powerfully bleak, but I am glad that there was a glimmer of hope at the end. The abandoned house images work well with your words. I thought the photo of the door with the handprints was the most haunting image of the series.

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