ɪˈfɛmərəl/ where I am now..

Ephemeral /ɪˈfɛmərəl/

Synonyms: fleeting, evanescent, transient, momentary, brief.
adjective: lasting for only a short time; transitory; short-lived: ephemeral pleasure
noun: a short-lived organism, such as the mayfly
a plant that completes its life cycle in less than one year, usually less than six months

Word Origin: C16: from Greek ephēmeros lasting only a day, from hēmera day

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I am unto something, but I don’t know what it is yet.. all I know is that it’s ephemeral.

During my late father’s sickness I worked on a series of painting and ideas called “energies” whereby I tried to express my feeling of having one life form passed on to another, whereby energy does not start, and does not end with death, it evolves into something else… This something else has been very fascinating to me.

During the summer, we traveled to Galicia (Northern Spain) and this amazing marine fauna inspired me .. it kind of relates to my previous investigations of energies and life and are totally ephemeral – you can only see them when the tide is low.

Playa de Los Catedrales is part of a process that is taking me somewhere new.
I still have to work on it and understand where I want to go with it, but I do know is that it is something ephemeral.

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