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Spread 226 – In Unison November 5, 2013

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226-In UnisonC’mon over and gather around, all of you contradictions, inconsistent elements of existence, eliminate the space in-between. There is plenty of room for you all to intimately cohabitate in me and in my journal.  C’mon over to console each other and by doing so sustain my sense of well-being.

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1. Patti Sandham - November 5, 2013

You amaze me Orly. This is so raw and beautiful. I love how you combine ephemera and paint to make such cohesive work. I particularly like how you use and draw bones. Love

How long do you work on a spread?

2. Kelly - November 5, 2013

Simply wonderful! love this!

3. Emily Cline - November 5, 2013

Yes all of that. We are in and with you and in and with your journal. And we help and heal each other so. very. much. xoU

4. apaperbear - November 6, 2013

So wonderful to witness the beginning of this spread and what it became later after your soulful work. Wise words and a beautiful spread my wonderful friend. Love to you, you mean so much to so many.

5. Darlene Campbell - November 6, 2013

Powerful! Absolutely love your work and always look forward to seeing your posts.

6. John - November 6, 2013

I would call this the Hippopotamus and the Lady! I really like the bearing of the internal person. Strong, strong, strong!

7. Dana B - November 8, 2013

Hi Orly – i’d like to join the Santa Barbara November workshop if there is still room! i am still treasuring the experience from a couple of months ago!
 
Dana Dunaway
 

8. jacki long - November 11, 2013

Just glorious in every way, Orly! ♥ ♥ ♥

9. alteredbits - November 12, 2013

i love this sooo much more than words could possibly convey.


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