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"The Last Egg" began as a question. How many eggs have passed through my body and how would I know which one would be my last egg? This painting pays homage to eggs as a never ending symbol of hope and possibility. Acrylic, pastel, charcoal, and colored pencil on paper, 58"x52" "48 Weeks" was created during a year long period as two dear friends endured prolonged chemotherapy treatments. It was a way to imagine them held in a sacred place though their outcomes were unsure. Acrylic, pastel, colored pencil and ink on paper, 72"x51" "The Last Egg" began as a question: How many eggs have passed through my body and how would I know which one would be my last? This painting pays homage to eggs as a never ending symbol of hope and possibility. Acrylic, pastel, charcoal, and colored pencil on paper, 58"x52"