At Night We Shared the Same Dreams as the Owls Turned Their Heads and Took Away the Memories so Unacceptable We Did Whatever it Took to Forget Them
At Night We Shared the Same Dreams as the Owls Turned Their Heads and Took Away the Memories so Unacceptable We Did Whatever it Took to Forget Them
But Can You Hear the Flowers?  They are Singing
But Can You Hear the Flowers? They are Singing
The Daily Presentation
The Daily Presentation
Sketch for "If I reach up and you reach down we can meet for coffee next tuesday at that place in between dreaming and the void, you know, the playground"
Sketch for "If I reach up and you reach down we can meet for coffee next tuesday at that place in between dreaming and the void, you know, the playground"
At Night We Shared the Same Dreams as the Owls Turned Their Heads and Took Away the Memories so Unacceptable We Did Whatever it Took to Forget Them
At Night We Shared the Same Dreams as the Owls Turned Their Heads and Took Away the Memories so Unacceptable We Did Whatever it Took to Forget Themoil on mirrorThe woman floating in a reflective river alludes to several master painting mythological subjects; Ophelia, Narcissus, the Young Martyr and the River Styx.  Renée’s most recent works explore the idea of reflection, making her works interactive, conceptual and always changing.  The idea of impermanence is represented in the fact that each time the painting is viewed it will never be the same. 
But Can You Hear the Flowers?  They are Singing
But Can You Hear the Flowers? They are SingingOil on mirror
The Daily Presentation
The Daily Presentationoil on mirror
Sketch for "If I reach up and you reach down we can meet for coffee next tuesday at that place in between dreaming and the void, you know, the playground"
Sketch for "If I reach up and you reach down we can meet for coffee next tuesday at that place in between dreaming and the void, you know, the playground"oil on mirror
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