Process: Ghost Mom Revisted

The ghost wears a hat while she walks through the garden.  She wants to remain incognito during this investigation.  She has come to better understand the life she has left.

The ghost moves her limbs slowly, aware of the traces they leave as she travels.

She lets the lines of the leaves build stories.  Her blurred eyes follow their lead.

They move with the urgency of inevitability.  They know they are a part of one another.

Our ghost is a part from them

and  a part of them.

I’m applying to a cool grad school program that encourages the genre dabbling I do.  I cleaned up the above animated graphic poem from Feb/March 2014 for my portfolio.

I drew it all together into a single 20 x 30 inch drawing:



A version of the poem is published in Repel Industries’ Flash Zine No.1.



If you’re in the LA area, cruise to the closing reception of my solo show in Little Tokyo:

Solo Exhibition Closing Reception:
Opodz 362 E 2nd St. Los Angeles, CA 90012
Saturday, November 19, 2016 6PM-9PM

You Can Find Me…

Facebook: @LornaAlkanaArt and @LAWordSalon and @AffectComic
Twitter: @LornaPhone and @LAWordSalon
Instagram: @Lornaphone and @LAWordSalon
Youtube: Lorna Alkana

I update my Exhibition Page with events and galleries Lorna Alkana Art is featured in.
Check out the Disclosure Page to see a chronological evolution of my blog and art.

I post twice a week in two sorts of ways:  I share new art/discussions about the process of works in progress, and I post segments with Comic Lorna in my audiobio comic series called, Affect.

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