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Origins/Beginnings/Endings/divisions in time Age/Adolescence/Biological growth/evolution Location-place, sense of place Symbols/Systems of Meaning/Codes Taste/Fashion Story/Narrative Humor/dark humor/ Shock/Horror/Ugliness Action Historical Moments Celebration Ant’s Eye View Silhouettes Kaleidoscope
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Clouds Strange Reflections Roots (real, metaphorical) Inspired by Music Rhythmic Lines Greek Mythology Quilted Images Folklore Giant Objects Hybrids Nightmares Illustrated Story Maps Metaphoric Drawings Ravages of War Explosions Monkey’s in suits Events from Childhood Macro Drawings Escher Tiling Aerial View Incongruous Lonely & Lost Trains Paradox Trees like People Muscles Ordinary Beauty Large things made of small things People on the beach Combining Opposites Mother & Child Friendship Precarious Water Stuck together Circus Optical Illusions Liquefied Sacred Fire & Ice Puzzle Pieces Exotic Landscapes Hats Self Portraits Exaggerated Dancers City Scenes Anachronisms Squashed & Crumpled Obscured Elegance Ruins Bible Scenes Bare Feet Extreme Foreshortening Clusters Stark Contrasts Doorways & Windows Construction Machinery Sea Creatures Evolution Symbiosis Negative Space Underneath Order & Disorder Entwined Sanctuary Illustrated Poetry Improbable Textures Floral Designs Micro world Inside the Human Body Motorcycles Abandoned
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Surreal Unusual Comparisons Something’s Missing Radically Cropped Seemingly Unrelated Human Figure Collaged Figures Patterns Technology Gnarled Hands Reversals Repetition with Variation Backs of heads Transformations Food Floating Things Extreme Perspective People Sleeping Royalty & Pomp Hidden Images Fantasy Cities Herds & Flocks Shadows Plumbing Flying things Geometric Animals Inspired by Love Aged People Urban Blight Animated Toys Family Portraits Extreme Elongation Masks Exaggerated Expressions Mobs & Crowds
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Costumes Symmetry Meticulous Detail Fabric & Folds Miniatures Death & Dying Junkyard Objects Gloves Primitive Musicians Progressively Abstract Tangles Identity can be about reinvention. Identity is about status. Identity is about assimilation. Identity is about the inside and outside. Identity can be about the fear of loss. Identity is about stereotypes. Identity can be about pecking order. Identity can be about insecurity. Identity is about change. Identity is physical. Identity is about models. Identity is a tension between self and others. Identity can be about internal dilemmas. Identity is a search. Identity is about occupation. Identity is about mimicry. Identity can be about denial. Identity is about multiplicity. Identity is about contradiction. Identity is both public and private. Identity is both individual and group. Allegory (Winter, Night etc) / Narrative
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Architectural Drawings, Designs, Feats Artists at Work - Studios etc Dealing with Death Gardens Historical Paintings La Toilette / Nudes Literature Music Night Light Occupations Portrait Genre Religious Subjects Rustic Vignettes Scapes (Land, Sea, Sky & City) Scenes of Antiquity Scenes of the Exotic Scenes of War
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