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All the work in the archives is the work done to answer the Question when asked: " How long did it take to make this piece?" The answer: It took a lifetime and working everyday to try to find a way to leave a piece of my humanity.

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 mixed media

     
 
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 drawings

     
 

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 scribble drawings

 

These are scribble placement drawings done on paper using the basic scribble and placement patterns documented in the book Analyzing Children’s Art by Rhoda Kellog. Ms Kellog believes scribbles are a record of seeing and acting of young humans. Picasso said that he spent his whole life trying to learn to draw like a child, to zero in on the unlimited imagination. There is no right or wrong in children’s art, no self doubt, hasty evaluation or self criticism. The more I work and the harder I try the work done without too many rules is the most satisfying, albeit hard to get to that point.

     


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gayle caruso
andover, massachusetts
carusoart@aol.com