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Lee Lee - xerography collage of a southern US cottonmill

 

 

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"Mema is the last of her 9 Brothers and Sisters. None of them lived to be her age,neither Perents. She was always sickly,never walking until she was 3.The sister that she was the closest was Kathleen.They played together,constantly ...They lived in a House on the Mill Village that was built on very high Brick Pillars You could walk around under it.They would build a play house by drawing off the rooms with a stick in the dirt.They filled each room with broken dishes,vases,back then there were not many things being thrown away.They piled up wood for their stove.An older Brother (Milton)told Mema to go ask Granny for a match to light their stove. Granny came under the HOuse and gave Milton a sound thrashing,he knew better,Mema and Kathleen were too young."

quoted from a letter written by my grandmother

 

xerography, conte, pencil, tea & tar paper on burnt strathmore | 5.7 | 11" x 11"

price available upon request

 

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Weave: a contemplative measure of the gains and losses of our global times

paintings
Spin - China
Spin - China
Spin - China
Spin - China
Linthead - South Carolina
Linthead - South Carolina
Linthead - South Carolina
Linthead - South Carolina
Weave - Burma
Weave - Burma
Weave - Burma
Weave - Burma
Weave - Burma

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