stop . C O L L A B O R A T E & listen

Last week I got the chance to be a part of Megan LaBonte’s Water Women series.  I was hesitant at first.  I mean, I wasn’t thinking pictures of me would be a good idea.  And when it came time to get to them, I hadn’t slept all night because of my desire to paint & read instead, so I wasn’t expecting much.  However, Sometimes it’s quite surprising to have a chance to see yourself with your art through someone else’s eyes.  Much of the time I don’t have the opportunity to see myself in respect to the work I do in the quiet of night and early mornings.  Thank you so much Megan for that opportunity.


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“There once was a girl who dreamed of the sea and her paint brush unleashed a thousand fish into the waters of her imagination.”

Photo by Megan E. LaBonte

Check out some of her work here


About scoutcuomo

Charcoal dust and eraser shavings, oil bars and sketch books, wood, gold pray paint, resin, overly soft blankets, and turpentine, feathers and coffee grinds.

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