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Oh but so in addition to the black paper which is ideal for pastels, I also got a pink soft pastel, a pinkish purple soft pastel, a sort of frozen whale blue soft pastel, and this more expensive Rembrant brand bright, or as we say in art speak, “permanent” red pastel, because they didn’t have red in the soft pastels I have come to like so much.
Also, a few days ago I reserved a bunch of obscure Brian Eno CDs on the Minuteman Library Network and they came in today and I have been listening to them. Right now I am listening to “The Drop” but also I have been listening to “January 07003: Bell Studies for the Clock of the Long Now” which is really really great if you like made up bell sounds and “Evening Star” and “Equatorial Star” by Eno and Fripp. Great great stuff. Seems that they inspire scribbling, though.
About the work: Well I will tell you there was a whole other piece under this one, with plants and flowers and all that fun stuff but the scribbling just overtook me and suddenly it was a work about making a particular kind of line. It remained a work about making a particular kind of line for quite a while, and then it got a more different kind of scribbling treatment over the top.