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I couldn’t just let that go. I highlighted those words in red. xhtmll. ” The process started with looking at all the text for the words that might tell another story. I began by printing several black-and-white copies of the scanned page. Then, using a pencil to underline or outline whatever caught my imagination, I started hunting for the rest of my words. ” Notice that the outlined words are not the same words used in the final piece. That’s because the words are always changing until I can no longer find better words.
My art is in my mind. My tools are in my hands. My voice is in my creations. ” 3 THINGS I’M INSPIRED BY Fear of oblivion Ozzy Osbourne’s music Craftsmanship in all its forms 4 THINGS ON MY STUDIO TABLE Copper My iPod White chocolate mocha Patina THE FACE I SHOW THE WORLD: THE OBJECT OF MY AFFECTATION As I reached the so-called “middle age” of my existence, art came along and provided me my opportunity to leave behind something of value. The artistic techniques I have learned and developed over the years afford me what I consider to be a basic human need, and that is to gain immortality in some form or another.
Sometimes I am old and rusty. Sometimes I shoot myself in the foot. Sometimes I spin my wheels. This is me—the good, the bad and the ugly. Sometimes I show this to the world. Sometimes I regret this. Will Ashford I rescue, salvage and recycle other people’s words. I search for interesting, preferably discarded, old books. Like an archeologist, I hunt for the words that speak to me with new meaning. Intuitively, one word at a time, they turn into a kind of haiku or philosophical poetry that I can call my own.
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