Act I, Seen But Not Heard


“…The oldest standing in the background who knew too much but could not control, the next oldest who hadn’t all the pieces, the youngest in left foreground who still enjoyed a bit of innocence with the burden falling on the child in the foreground – left, who stood protective and defiant. It’s a big job for a little girl. She however has the strength. She loves her sisters and wants them to see even when they refuse because she believes that once they see they will be safe.

The little painting with the little red heart – hole pressed into it – hurts too deeply.”   (2006 exhibition “The Doll House Paintings”)

Tom Brady,

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