by Michael S. Church
[v. uh–fiks; n. af-iks]
verb (used with object)
1. to fasten, join, or attach (usually followed by to):
to affix stamps to a letter.
2. to put or add on; append:
to affix a signature to a contract.
3. to impress (a seal or stamp).
4. to attach (blame, reproach, ridicule, etc.).
5. something that is joined or attached.
Grammar. a bound inflectional or derivational element, as a prefix, infix, or suffix, added to a base or stem to form a fresh stem or a word, as -ed added to want to form wanted, or im- added to possible to form impossible.
Michael S Church
The urgent connection between creation and destruction are on display within the
pieces I’ve broken apart, then reconnected.
It is in this space that I speak of the world around me, and to the voice within
“I have no desire to understand art. I do however have a strong desire to confront
myself through artistic ventures.”
Likes: Straight lines, crooked, angled shapes, color/shade combinations, abstract,
thoughtful, emotional, provocative art.
Dislikes: Everything else.
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Reciphor- Coding with Collage Easthampton, MA. 2014
Gallery 26 Holiday Showcase Little Rock, AR. 2014