More on the artwork in Otranto 2

Some of these, I started to see what they were – wonder if you see the same things I do ….

When Gianni Sirch saw these, one of the first things he said was that I was not afraid of death. No I don’t think I am. I don’t think he meant that I was morbid, just that I recognize there is darkness and light, and there must always be a balance. Because of my experiences through the military, and after, I’ve been through hell – and I think that is the key – to go through, and not to stay ….

Charcoal Graphite Acrylic Pastel Painting Julia Trops
Charcoal Graphite Acrylic Pastel Painting Julia Trops
Charcoal Graphite Acrylic Pastel Painting Julia Trops
Charcoal Graphite Acrylic Pastel Painting Julia Trops
Charcoal Graphite Acrylic Pastel Painting Julia Trops
Charcoal Graphite Acrylic Pastel Painting Julia Trops
Charcoal Graphite Acrylic Pastel Painting Julia Trops
Charcoal Graphite Acrylic Pastel Painting Julia Trops
Charcoal Graphite Acrylic Pastel Painting Julia Trops
Charcoal Graphite Acrylic Pastel Painting Julia Trops

These images have become the recording of my own existence, perhaps. I don’t think we are all that different in our experiences.

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