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January 19, 2016 Uncategorized 6

                             “Black Plastic Bags with Red Cone” by Mary Lou Dauray  Pen and Ink  5 ¾ x 4 3/4 In the Japanese Fukushima Prefecture you cannot help but glance around and see at least 54,000 very organized stacks holding more than 9 million neatly packed plastic storage bags.  These enormous black sealed bags are filled with radioactive soil and all kinds of sizzling waste collected since the Fukushima Daiishi triple nuclear meltdown on March... Read more


January 6, 2016 Uncategorized 0

“Surrounding“, Mixed Media, 9″ x 6”   On a cold winter’s night in December, In a place right in my home, I slipped quickly on a pool of plain water, And…… In that split second I fractured the longest bone in my body—my femur! I certainly did myself in! Now, after surgery, and with a new titanium plate inserted into my leg (airport security is going to love this!), I find myself sitting almost all day because I cannot put any weight on my healing... Read more