MY PROCESS
alice paul, suffragist

alice paul, suffragist

ipad painting on image of alice paul from the library of congress. Alice Stokes Paul was an American suffragist, feminist, and women's rights activist, and one of the main leaders and strategists of the campaign for the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution,...

rose winslow, suffragist 1916

rose winslow, suffragist 1916

ipad painting on image of rose winslow from the library of congress. Born in Poland, daughter of Polish miner and steel worker in Pennsylvania. She worked in textile mills from the age of eleven to nineteen, until tuberculosis forced her to cease work altogether for...

flopsie revisited

flopsie revisited

friday: so i was feeling like i was doing my collage of flopsie's letter a disservice to use elements that were not of the period and i made four new designs using only period based ephemera. for the text i used a book that was published in 1888, from a story called...

george and flopsie

george and flopsie

thursday: while i was thinking of a new idea to use up some of the ephemeria, i thought about all these letters that i have. i hesitantly took one out of the mix and ripped it up. i am now sad that i did this because it's from a collection of 95 handwritten letters...

søket etter nancy drew

søket etter nancy drew

thursday: søket etter nancy drew, the search for nancy drew. yesterday i found i had an old nancy drew mystery, but in norwegian. i thought of what nancy might have been like as a girl, and dug through my photos to find some old images. i drew these from the photos,...

as it is written

as it is written

monday: i spent most of the day working on these collages. i did a series of 12 drawings on the ipad, based on collected photos. then i pulled pages from an old handwriting analysis course book and printed the images onto the pages. i added wallpaper swatches for...

drawn to food

drawn to food

jacob and i have been doing a food blog, we draw ingredients and finished dishes of foods we make to help us keep track of our recipes and calories. jacob started the drawings, so i continued mine in his style. we have invited kyria, my granddaughter,  to join in, and...

national parks

national parks

wednesday: after talking to my sister-in-law about ken burns new series "the national parks" i knew i had some maps of them. i put these together with some text from an old children's reader that talks about birds and dogs and bears. i added the wildlife conservation...

abbreviated

abbreviated

wednesday: i spent most of the day making collages. i could have stopped earlier, but i was motivated by the fact that i wanted to finish listening to my book on audio, the eighth detective. A thrilling, wildly inventive nesting doll of a mystery, in which a young...

ivanhoe and dagwood

ivanhoe and dagwood

wednesday: an american icon vs a very english one. in our american tale of hero we have dagwood bumstead, disowned by his wealthy family because he fell in love with blondie, a flapper. Protagonist Wilfred of Ivanhoe is disinherited by his father Cedric of Rotherwood...

glass negative

glass negative

sunday: while i was on the library of congress website i also came across this woman, from the collection of c. m. bell, late 1800s. i will need to start a digital portrait collection soon. 

images

images

sunday: today i wanted to represent an asian woman in the fragments collection, but i don't have any in my old photos box. so i went online to library of congress. i also painted this woman.

a strange story

a strange story

friday: how do you make things out of all disparate parts? i have so much paper, old books, magazines and ephemera. it would be nice to use them up. but of course before i do that, i have to look at images on the internet (really i am making an excuse to waste some...

bullish

bullish

monday: what does a bunch of bulls and a few cocks represent? my goal was to depict greed, corporate power, a liar for a president and the downfall of democracy. i used these vintage images and printed them on a deed that was given to me by mary leto. there were about...

magda part two

magda part two

friday: this is the second series that i have done using documents that were given to me about a woman named magdolna ven, who was born in hungary. this time i wanted to repeat the use of roses, but instead of adding maps as previously, i used european paintings from...

fragments

fragments

thursday: using vintage photos i started to paint the image of a women and worked only on her skin and hair. i used procreate on the ipad and the gouache brush. i had experimented before with layering two separate drawings onto one to enhance and give depth to the...

put up your dukes

put up your dukes

wednesday: we keep hearing about russian interference in the media. i wonder why can't something be done about this? if we knew this was happening in the last election, why is it still an issue? here's my response. old russian language book, a couple of old stamps...

selling perfection

selling perfection

monday: using an ad from the stanley brush company of the 1930s we can see what was being sold to women and how they were made to feel they needed all these products. i used blue card stock as the background and mod podge glue for these. i need more glue sticks. 

mind handlers

mind handlers

monday: i worked on this series last week, starting with found magazine article on mental illness in the 1950s. it made me think how women were portrayed in that era and how behind the scenes, at home, in treatment and in hospitals there was so much abuse. If a woman...

experimenting with brushes

experimenting with brushes

using procreate on the ipad i am trying different brushes to see which ones i like, also trying to see how different layers look on each other. here's my work for today. first animated gif from procreate. very easy to use. 

yiayia and grandma

yiayia and grandma

thursday: i used the same portrait that i did the cross stitch over to make this ipad painting of my yiayia. i can see some of my cousins' features in this face. but not mine. maybe i should start a family portrait section. the ipad is fun. 1  hour later... i couldn't...

karlsplatz couple

karlsplatz couple

my granddaughter gave me some photos for my birthday last year, most of which came from germany. this was a photo of a couple, it looks like they are in love and out for a day at the park. there are three photos with the woman in them. i will make this a series. my...

mabel

mabel

tuesday: working with the ipad to get to know the brushes. i used this photo, one that i have used a few times before, to try out the turpentine brush. i am very happy with the results. i used four layers. one for the photo, one for all the background and for "mabel"...

eastern block

eastern block

saturday: collected photos that i think are from somewhere in eastern europe since the text on the back is in roman alphabet and not cyrillic. it was all scotch taped up like this when i got it. there is a stamp on it, but i don’t want to remove the tape which is now...

comb

comb

i just read about the artist sonya clark's combs in the NY times. they are so very pretty. i wanted to make one. here it is. 

children in the summerland

children in the summerland

wednesday: yesterday i spent the afternoon cutting up this old book from new zealand published in 1932 called children in the summerland. it's by a psychic who believes that you don't have to worry about your dead children's clothes in summerland because they will be...

plymouth lies

plymouth lies

friday: thumbing though old history text books, this one from 1958, you find a lot of lies. stories told from the patriarchal, racist and misogynistic point of view. i used a story of the first thanksgiving, that in itself a myth, using painting of ships from england,...

what give you the right?

what give you the right?

thursday: so thinking of periods, i have always been weirdly drawn to medical illustrations. i found these gynecological ones on archive.org and printed them over layers of old italian lesson books, italianite design and maps of rome. i wanted to express the control...

unclean

unclean

wednesday: looking for collage elements, i came across these period chairs, which made me think of menstruation. then i was wondering what goes with that? i have this old book from norway about catholic churches. i was telling my daughter about my thought process and...

little children

little children

friday: last night i collected a few pages from an old child's primer from 1938. i looked at them over and over for ideas to come to me about how i could make them tell some kind of story. it came to me today to take away their eyes and mouths. i collaged them with...

anatomy of a letter: from denver to wolf creek

anatomy of a letter: from denver to wolf creek

thursday: corona virus still keeping us isolated. rummaging through my resources i came across some envelopes from 1938: a correspondence to Mr. Harry Jepson in Wolf Creek Montana, from CT Peterson c/o Alexander Pearson in Chicago Illinois, and an unknown person from...

channeling JR

channeling JR

when we redid the laundry room there was a weird area over the sink where the paint did not stick. it bubbled up and peeled off. today jake and i created some heads from an old photo that i had collected and we pasted it up in the spot. now i love it.

stamps

stamps

i found this artist's work today and i love it, molly rausch. she extends the boundaries of stamps to create more of the world they are found in. i wanted to try my hand at it: using watercolors i only extended one small side. i will try more later.

inspector lestrade…

I am experimenting with an app that can make photos talk called my talking pet. i put a painting into the app and then played the dialogue from a sherlock holmes movie from the 1950s. it features inspector lestrade and the husband of the murderer. i recorded each line...

a dos negros

a dos negros

tuesday: i have a room full of paper, ephemera, photographs and i need to keep working with them. so today i took a book off the shelf called A Dos Negros and decided to use the pages, both text and images, for a new series of collages. it's all in portuguese, and so...

stamp people

stamp people

monday: randomly selected photographs with applied stamps.  funny thing, the image with queen elizabeth and a group of other people, well, believe it or not, i did not look at the captions before placing this stamp on her head, and it turns out her name is "ellie"....

loosen up

loosen up

sunday: spent the time painting and listening/watching pbs "and she could be next" about women of color and ethnic backgrounds running for office.  trying to become looser and more abstract with my brush. 

what they want

what they want

wednesday: i used my water base oils for this set, using only cyan, yellow, magenta, black and white, and also wanted to loosen up on my brush as i got to the last two, i think i succeeded with him.

look alikes

look alikes

tuesday: today i wanted to just directly paint on my old photographs. why am i saving them? i sorted a  large lot of them into a group of professional photos. as i was coloring them i thought they looked either like people i know or people from tv. this one reminded...

comfort in your age

comfort in your age

saturday: i spent a day sorting my old photos and as i observed them i realized how the older women seemed so comfortable in their age. i really admire that and so i think i will render some portraits of these women. here is the first. 

dear book fairy

dear book fairy

dear book fairy, i don't know who you are. i wish i did because i want to thank you for being so nice to drop off this book at my front table. i was in the backyard with a friend who is helping us with electrician stuff.  it looks like it will be a great read. and...

rituals

rituals

"hazing ritual, 1953" embroidery on paperthursday: i wanted to try my hand at embroidering on paper. i have seen so many great projects on pinterest (i am at it again) that are so inspiring. what i couldn't find out was how they can sew on paper without it ripping to...

words cannot describe

words cannot describe

tuesday: cross stitch: jacob, xoxo i watched the movie "shirley" over the weekend and had to know more about shirley jackson. i downloaded an audio biography which i have been listening to as i cross stitched my husbands portrait. so far i am only up to her college...

yiayia

yiayia

tuesday: another cross stitch, this time my greek grandmother. while we are experiencing troubling times, i think about my grandmother, living in greece, her husband living in america, she has three daughters to take care of, it's 1940, italy invades greece, soldiers...

the year i was born

the year i was born

friday: today i was inspired by someone else's collages on pinterest (you see i have been trying to curb my habits, i haven't mentioned this in weeks). they used very simple elements and a limited number of elements, and thus made a nice, clean design. these collages...

hellenic connection

hellenic connection

this image is from a batch i bought many years ago from buffalo, NY. the family is greek and the image i used is mr. panayiotou. the letters on his "hat" are AHEPA which stands for: Founded in 1922 in Atlanta, Georgia, on the principles that undergirded its fight for...

beloved

tuesday: one of my favorite authors toni morrison was featured in the documentary toni morrison, the pieces i am. watching it i enjoyed learning about her and was inspired to do a new cross stitch featuring her image. one of her best books is beloved. 

will the real velvet photo album please stand up?

saturday: countless hours were spent building the campbell family tree so that i could see how mother is connected to all the others in the velvet photo album. there are over 390 people in the tree. i might be giving up now, as i seem to not be able to make some...

william chester minor

william chester minor

very late friday night: since these projects take some time to complete i was able to watch/listen to another of pbs's american experience episodes, this time about emma goldman, anarchist, activist and writer. then listening to another of winchester's books about the...

this really is the last one

this really is the last one

tuesday: i ventured out today and met shari and elizabeth for a get together in the park, six feet apart, bring your own coffee. we went to encanto park, which is beautiful and right up the street from us. there were families taking walks, and some people fishing....

redo joe pegg

redo joe pegg

monday: today i spent the day making the chart to show the connections in the velvet photo album. as i was doing it i realized that the only painting that i had included a pair of people, needed to be on opposite sides of the chart. so a do over for today. jake went...

weekend

weekend

early morning coffee monday: i have not been posting as all i did this weekend was still trying to find a connection from one campbell family to another. i know, i just can't give up. so i spent hours trying to connect a massachusetts clan to our west virginia clan......

humming birds

humming birds

friday morning: i sat in the yard to get some sun this morning. we are visited by humming birds this time of year. i thought i would capture one with my camera. the shot is a little dark, but i enjoyed watching it. eggplants are cooking in the oven, Melitzanosalata...

words

words

tuesday: so i am reading the grammarians, i think i might have told you this already, about twin sisters who love words and whose father gifted them, as children, an edition of webster’s second. as they grow older they differ on the use of language and are at odds over the idea of living language…

iconic

iconic

monday: today i worked on a four page brochure for the equal rights amendment. the task force i belong to is trying very hard to get the AZ house and senate to have majority democrats so that we can get the ERA passed in our state…

weather scarf grows

weather scarf grows

sunday: here is an update on my weather scarf. so far i have been tracking low temperatures since february 18. you can see that there is a lot of green. those were days when the lows were in the 50s. now it's getting hotter. after a week of 60s we have jumped to a 70...

isolation

saturday: oops, this is late, i was in a funk. feeling confined is getting me down. assignment today: frida kahlo using any art supplies you want. while doing this painting i listened/watched her bio on youtube. i am enjoying these assignments because i get a glimpse...

witches

witches

friday: hatred towards women. watched a series about witches. the first reported witch trail in the late 1500s in scotland was about some "respectable" man's housekeeper. the documentary indicated that she refused his advances as she was reported to be seeing someone...

my mom’s veranda

my mom’s veranda

thursday: i have a cousin in NYC who has an olive oil business, no, not like vito corlene, and they have a wholesale produce business too. you can order retail from them on the website: terra medi the oil and olives are very delicious. anyway, she wanted to get one of...

and in the end…new yawk

and in the end…new yawk

wednesday: i finished the last portrait today. well, three exactly. but the series is done. introducing, blaine campbell, joe pegg and mary l.d. campbell.i also watched a great film about the photo league in NYC in the mid 1900s. beautiful work, incredible energy and...

amelia

amelia

tuesday: laura campbell, daughter of mother, sister of adolph blaine. this image was of both laura and blaine together, but i wanted to do more of a close up of her.  here's a little history of wheeling, west virginia around the time the velvet photo album was put...

picasso

monday: a lost day. not much done. drawing assignment: picasso as collage. bla. here it is. 

status

status

sunday: john deafenbough. something i am noticing as i am doing these images is the differences in the richness of the clothing that they are wearing. today's assignment: draw someone you would like to have dinner with using pen and watercolor.

it’s a good thing

it’s a good thing

saturday: a beautiful day, warm in the afternoon, cool at night. and the northern mocking bird sings all night long. the time of year everyone in phoenix loves. here is john sisson and his mother, jennie. mother’s father has sister, elizabeth pegg, who married george...

research is over

research is over

friday: ada carroll is sister to lavinia, daughter of camilla campbell and patrick d. carroll. mother's sister's daughter.  i stopped trying to tell jake, my husband, about these intricate relationships because i know it's not an area of interest for him. so, thank...

lincoln

thursday: today i was feeling a bit sick again. nothing serious... i signed up for a 14 day assignment at brooklyn art library, to do a drawing a day. they send you an assignment. today's was draw lincoln with pencil. here is my attempt. i think he looks more like...

laser v/s inkjet

laser v/s inkjet

wednesday: everyday i read the paper in the morning, catching up on the latest news, skim through my email newsletters from art sources and political ones, scan articles and read the few i find interesting. for the rest of the day, i try not to get sucked in any...

paper

paper

tuesday: i tried another paper, actually an index card. i am still not satisfied with how the paint is flowing. this is albert coulter, married to emma morton campbell, another one of mother's children. 

the novelty is wearing off

the novelty is wearing off

monday: it was fun for a while. the novelty of staying home has peaked, don't get me wrong, i am actually learning to appreciate my home and my garden more, but the cooking, etc, doesn't quite have the appeal it did at the beginning. although, last nights dinner of...

the talented mr. wilson

the talented mr. wilson

sunday: feeling a bit better. well enough to get up, shower, water the plants and make one painting. this is david wilson. another mystery in the story. there is a connection of wilsons to the campbell family which comes many years later, when "pc" marries a wilson....

sick day

sick day

saturday: i had enough energy to pay bills and do my taxes. that was it. getting some rest for the rest of today.

results

results

friday: i was not going to post at all today as i am having flu symptoms. so far mild, except the chills.  then i looked at my email and i received the processed order from the film i shot with my new/old camera.  it works. the film might be anywhere from 15 to 30...

john henry

john henry

thursday: john henry, i don’t know who you are, or how you are related, or where you lived, nothing. john henry you are a mystery.

bashing flower petals

bashing flower petals

wednesday: i am going to try each of these crafts today. except for the bubble wrap printing (i’ve done that before) from craft contemporary. project one: (above) bashing flower petals. i used roses and geraniums from my garden. no. i don’t like any of them.project...

technical difficulties

technical difficulties

tuesday: ok, so the collages were sitting here on my table as i tried to think of something clever to add to them. since i love vintage drawings and i was also looking for an easy fix, i decided to see if my printer would print these images directly on them. i found...

out of the trash

out of the trash

this is will sisson. monday: replicating restaurant meal from ocotillo: their version:burrata, sweet potato hummus, baby arugula, heirloom squash and ginger-date mostarda served with toasted noble bread. my version:burrata, avocado/chickpea hummus (i made it myself),...

i get lost in the research

i get lost in the research

sunday: i have been researching for hours and have not made the connections i was looking for, i have hit a wall with david wilson, christina shealter and john henry.  this is maggie sisson(s). i did make the sisson connection. here's the relationship. dorothy ellen...

scrabble

scrabble

saturday: i don't know why saturday's have become our lazy day. we read, watched some shows, took a nap... i did manage to air out the house and wash towels and sheets.  we played a game of scrabble, these were my letters. it was downhill from there.   

vegetarians

vegetarians

friday: watched a good movie on kanopy about people helping other people called “i’m with phil”. it makes me feel that there is something in people that when times are tough they can stick together and help each other. this all took place in phil campbell, alabama....

the end of times

the end of times

thursday: bean soup for lunch. i love to doctor up a can of beans. today i used some veggie broth and tomato sauce as a base, added the beans, garlic and tiny pasta shells. when it was cooked, i threw in some tomatoes, avocado and lemon zest. we topped it off with...

ghosts from the past are haunting me

ghosts from the past are haunting me

wednesday: this is p.c. mc henry. he was born in 1887. i don't know why i am so drawn to these old photos, or why i feel the need to figure out who they are and how they relate to one another, except to say that they are like ghosts from the past haunting me to tell...

i am overwhelmed with family trees

i am overwhelmed with family trees

tuesday: more research on the campbell family, very time consuming but nothing to show you. at least i got a painting done. this is blaine campbell.making baked tofu, rice and spinach goma-ae.

lemon fever

lemon fever

monday: the morning starts with laundry. there are not as many dirty clothes because we’re not going anywhere and, quite frankly, we’re wearing the same things for a couple of days in a row. the most dirty clothes are shirts for jake, that’s because he’s doing video...

sunday’s not a day of rest

sunday’s not a day of rest

sunday: we got up early, i made crepes with lemon and sugar and we went out to clean the garage. we got new cabinets that were surplussed from the school of life sciences at ASU and we are now setting them up in the garage so we can get organized. does it look neat?

leave the gun…

leave the gun…

saturday: what a lazy day. i did not feel like doing anything, watched some movies, had a visit with damian and lori, stayed 6 feet away from each other, sat outdoors in their courtyard and ate cannolis, which i made this morning.... well, not the shells, i bought...

water coloring

water coloring

friday: do i need another old camera? yes, of course. today i bought a nikon EM. it was $55 with the lens, tripod and all, thank you, james. it’s not an expensive camera, but i think it will be a fun foil to my fully manual canon AE-1 that i bought in college. i have...

it’s curtains for you…

it’s curtains for you…

thursday: ok, so i do spend a bit of time looking at pinterest. it's my only social media outlet so when i am not feeling like doing anything else i resort to it. today i found a beautiful idea for a window "curtain". i had 4 pretty hankies that my friend, shari, had...

peanut butter cookies

peanut butter cookies

wednesday: who is this john henry? continuing my research on the velvet photo album i have managed to connect 16 of the 22 people in it. they are all connected to the campbell family, except for a few that i cannot make. i think most of the images are from the turn of...

tracking a family

tracking a family

tuesday: time to open some cans. today's lunch black bean soup. sautéed some shallot and garlic, added two cups of water, a small can of tomato sauce, a can of drained and rinsed black beans, one bay leaf, a cup of frozen chopped spinach, brought it up to a boil and...

cross stitching

cross stitching

monday: today i worked on the "ruth" and "wendell jones" series, then i thought it might be fun to try my hand at cross stitching on a photograph.i scanned an old photo from my collection, took it into photoshop, added a grid, printed it on photo paper, punched holes...

i did not take a shower yet…

i did not take a shower yet…

sunday: our new old back door needed some repairs: caulking the panels because one of them leaked when it rained last week… adding weather stripping around the whole door… replacing the very ancient weather stripping under the door. the first two projects went...

grapefruits everywhere

grapefruits everywhere

saturday: jake pulled all the grapefruits off the tree, while i squeezed 9 dozen of them to make juice to freeze and also to drink. we took in about 2 more dozen to make cake and grapefruit rind preserves. we gave away all the rest to the neighbors. i only made the...

outing, still no paper products

outing, still no paper products

friday: feeling a bit tired today, maybe we overate. did some new “coloring” with sharpies on top of old photos, it’s interesting and i will do more soon.watching a bit of shows, got some groceries, still no paper products. "my mother's" restaurant only had small...

japanese garden

japanese garden

thursday: i took a walk with shari at the japanese friendship garden in the morning.i made preserved lemons.i made lentil soup for dinner.

paper beads

paper beads

tuesday: i made paper beads and some collages. i made pasta with lemons from shari’s tree and beets and beet greens from je paul’s garden.

mushrooms, lemons and grapefruits

mushrooms, lemons and grapefruits

monday: mushrooms are growing in our garden where we took away the walkway and planted grass seeds. shari came over and we sat in the backyard in the fresh air. no hugging hellos or goodbyes. she brought over lemons, i gave her grapefruit.

Fired image transfers

Fired image transfers

It has taken me a couple of months to get back to the image transfers, but here is a glazed plate. I will add a few more in a couple of days as I unload the kiln. Sneak preview.  This is from a photo of my parents. 

MY PROCESS
alice paul, suffragist

alice paul, suffragist

ipad painting on image of alice paul from the library of congress. Alice Stokes Paul was an American suffragist, feminist, and women's rights activist, and one of the main leaders and strategists of the campaign for the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution,...

rose winslow, suffragist 1916

rose winslow, suffragist 1916

ipad painting on image of rose winslow from the library of congress. Born in Poland, daughter of Polish miner and steel worker in Pennsylvania. She worked in textile mills from the age of eleven to nineteen, until tuberculosis forced her to cease work altogether for...

flopsie revisited

flopsie revisited

friday: so i was feeling like i was doing my collage of flopsie's letter a disservice to use elements that were not of the period and i made four new designs using only period based ephemera. for the text i used a book that was published in 1888, from a story called...

george and flopsie

george and flopsie

thursday: while i was thinking of a new idea to use up some of the ephemeria, i thought about all these letters that i have. i hesitantly took one out of the mix and ripped it up. i am now sad that i did this because it's from a collection of 95 handwritten letters...

søket etter nancy drew

søket etter nancy drew

thursday: søket etter nancy drew, the search for nancy drew. yesterday i found i had an old nancy drew mystery, but in norwegian. i thought of what nancy might have been like as a girl, and dug through my photos to find some old images. i drew these from the photos,...

as it is written

as it is written

monday: i spent most of the day working on these collages. i did a series of 12 drawings on the ipad, based on collected photos. then i pulled pages from an old handwriting analysis course book and printed the images onto the pages. i added wallpaper swatches for...

drawn to food

drawn to food

jacob and i have been doing a food blog, we draw ingredients and finished dishes of foods we make to help us keep track of our recipes and calories. jacob started the drawings, so i continued mine in his style. we have invited kyria, my granddaughter,  to join in, and...

national parks

national parks

wednesday: after talking to my sister-in-law about ken burns new series "the national parks" i knew i had some maps of them. i put these together with some text from an old children's reader that talks about birds and dogs and bears. i added the wildlife conservation...

abbreviated

abbreviated

wednesday: i spent most of the day making collages. i could have stopped earlier, but i was motivated by the fact that i wanted to finish listening to my book on audio, the eighth detective. A thrilling, wildly inventive nesting doll of a mystery, in which a young...

ivanhoe and dagwood

ivanhoe and dagwood

wednesday: an american icon vs a very english one. in our american tale of hero we have dagwood bumstead, disowned by his wealthy family because he fell in love with blondie, a flapper. Protagonist Wilfred of Ivanhoe is disinherited by his father Cedric of Rotherwood...

glass negative

glass negative

sunday: while i was on the library of congress website i also came across this woman, from the collection of c. m. bell, late 1800s. i will need to start a digital portrait collection soon. 

images

images

sunday: today i wanted to represent an asian woman in the fragments collection, but i don't have any in my old photos box. so i went online to library of congress. i also painted this woman.