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Putting your self on the line and playing a part in your story

Putting your self on the line and playing a part in your story

A few months after starting my new life as an artist I remembered, out of the blue, an old children story about the goat of Mr. Seguin. That goat, tired of eating bland grass and living with a rope around her neck, escapes her little enclosure and goes to the mountain. There she has a […]

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Brand new fable in progress: it’s a goat! Right in time for the Chinese New Year

Brand new fable in progress: it’s a goat! Right in time for the Chinese New Year

I didn’t plan this at all, I swear it has nothing to do with the Chinese Year of the Goat..  nevertheless I got inspired to start a brand new fable and turns out it features a goat as the main character. Some people might say there are no coincidences, maybe I’ve just been seeing a lot of […]

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Closing stories of the nightingale and mockingbird

Closing stories of the nightingale and mockingbird

Yes I said I was done with my series, but as I was preparing to post these last two to my instagram feed it dawn on me that they needed new stories too. In the previous version they were called the dreamer and the performer.  Now that I’ve gone through a whole bunch of these […]

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Fables of the sparrow and the swallow

Fables of the sparrow and the swallow

These fables are the last two of the series I have been reworking this year: all in all twelve pairs for 24 drawings, if I don’t count the one with beavers and otters.  I kept them for the end, probably because they were ones of the hardest for me to figure out. Originally I named them […]

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Fables of the salamander and the seahorse

Fables of the salamander and the seahorse

Back with two fables, and the struggle I’m talking about is the fear of endings and how we might embrace renewal. First name I had for these a year ago was the dweller, then it became the passenger and for this last round I found ideal names: the first one I called the goner, and its opposite is […]

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