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Day 46 (a): White Dot Attack!

Acrylic gel medium, moulding paste, fluid acrylic, matte medium on a 48" x 36" canvas. A tad different from the cool, somewhat abstract coal-circle paintings I've been posting here. We'll see by the end of this year which series survives.

Later today I'm heading off to Bloomington, Illinois, for One State Illinois, a short conference drawing together creative people from many different arts disciplines. I hope to write some blog posts and put up some photos from the conference starting Monday.

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