Wednesday, September 5, 2012


the mysterious
destination of
lost or used paper
Cut and collected

bits you find that
won't happen again

. . . . . .

The OED word of the day for the erasure poem | commentary is 'bit-bucket.'

I played 'gallery girl' at the Seattle Design Center yesterday. In four hours, one artist came in. So, I was glad to be able to take an Art Access magazine (expired), red sale dots (unused) and a Band-Aid (the most appropriate piece), and entertain myself making this collage.

This is blog post 999. Not sure where to go from here, but I'm grateful to you, a handful of loyal supporters, for having propelled me to this point.


Peggy said...

Wow, 999! I'm awed by all the words and art you've shared with lucky us. It is part of my evening routine to see what thought provoking, humorous, touching work you've posted. I look forward to knowing whether it will continue or evolve.

alkiart said...

Thanks for being 'out there' (in the best possible way) Peggy!