Even Words Betray Me


Language, language everywhere.  But not a thought to think. 

That’s where I find myself today, folks.

No words.

One image.

A mixed media drawing I completed yesterday—

(Note: NIMH is the National Institute of Mental Health.)

30 thoughts on “Even Words Betray Me

  1. Isn’t it amazing how much we can convey in so few words? This is a great example of less really being more. I salute you!

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  2. Love the artwork Kathy. I have to ask…Did you plan the use of NIMH in your collage or did it just happen that way? I love the mixed media!

    Sometimes when I am at loss for words I become like the blind person that is more observant through all their other senses.

    Jeanne

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    • Thanks, Jean! Actually, I did intend to use the NIMH here. But I certainly understand what you mean by somehow seeing better in the dark–so true! I so appreciate your taking the time ro read and comment. Hope you’ll come back!

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  3. But when you speak many languages, letters are not the only one of significance. Consider your many artistic languages a gift. Another beautiful, provoking piece of art.

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  4. As someone who uses images more than words, I know that they (images) do sometimes speak louder than words. Your art, to me, certainly does that. I enjoy your words as well, and have to agree with a previous comment about how you speak many languages. 🙂

    I already knew what NIMH is, partly from my husband’s work, mostly from the animated film (“The Secret of NIMH”).

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  5. Kathy–
    cat got your tongue?

    😉
    blessings…sometime’s it’s just best to sit in the silence and let the language fall around us like a renewing rain…

    best to you
    jane

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    • How funny, Jane! Cat clearly did have my tongue. (You know, I wonder where that expression comes from.) And I love the idea of sitting in silence, waiting for the words to come. Happy Easter to you, Jane!

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