Edge of the Composition Zen Chicken Drawing by Honoria Starbuck

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Drawing: Rubber stamps, Ink, Gesso, Acrylic on Paper.

“He was always in a hurry to get where he was not.”
― Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace

A Monday morning Zen Chicken is in a rush after a weekend of rest. He rushes through the ink and 2 layers of gesso goo to get to the other side of the paper. He doesn't realize he's almost at the edge of the composition.

He may also be thinking or writing a book.

My work features coincidental and unexpected connections which make it possible to imagine other possible outcomes from mingling, synthesizing, and uniting fortuitous elements. Merging unrelated visual ingredients can result in surprising analogies and insights. Spontaneous calligraphic drawing is part of my meditation and creativity practice.


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Edge of the Composition Zen Chicken

Honoria Starbuck

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