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Painting

Color remains the most constant frontier of illusion and emotion. For the most part, blending and mixing color is a contrived process unless the media is allowed to mix at its own discretion. Subtle movements of seemingly contrasting forces always find ways to create an exact harmony that is parallel only to the symphony of nature. My abstract works are metaphors of the endless arrangements of the human condition, for each of us is nothing more than a mixture of colorful experiences. Most of... Read More
Posted by Kathryn Edmonds at Friday, January 16, 2015
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Dreams

I awoke from a dream this morning in which actor Tom Selleck was my Trust advisor telling me to be careful about depositing money into my Trust account. He cautioned strongly that the State would find out about the deposit and confiscate all of my cash receipts from 2014. I awoke in a strange mood, wondering if I had done something illegal or unethical. I had not deposited any money into my Trust account recently. Where on earth did this dream come from? It came from the land of slumber. ... Read More
Posted by Kathryn Edmonds at Wednesday, December 31, 2014
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For what am I Thankful?

For what am I thankful? I have asked myself that question hundreds of times in my life. In the past, I've thanked people for helping me in all sorts of ways: some lended me a hand with physical labor, some lended me their ear when I needed to vent my frustrations, and some provided me professional services such as legal or tax advice and estate planning. To all of those who provided me aid of one kind or another, I tried to make sure they knew I appreciated them by telling them thank you in... Read More
Posted by Kathryn Edmonds at Sunday, November 24, 2013
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